MEMBER OF MILLION DOLLAR ADVOCATES FORUM MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR ADVOCATES FORUM
Jeffery Galbreath is experienced in and practices many types of both criminal and civil litigation with particular focus on personal injury. At the age of 17, Jeffery began his law career in 1987. His initial introduction to personal injury claims began while working for a plaintiff's personal injury law Firm in Abilene, Texas where he performed the job duties of a paralegal. He maintained a diligent work ethic performing his job as a paralegal until he became a lawyer and partner in the firm. Since Jeffery spent many years performing the job duties of a paralegal for a plaintiff's personal injury firm, this experience has given him a unique perspective and a sharper set of skills when it comes to working with the complexities involved with personal injury cases. Jeffery Galbreath is honored to use his experience and skills to work to help those in need of assistance. He has been successful in helping many people across West Texas from Abilene to Odessa and always treats each and every claim with the integrity and compassionate attention that clients deserve.
Jeffery received his Paralegal Certification from Abilene Christian University in 1993, his Bachelor of Arts from McMurry University in 1996 and his JD from Thomas M Cooley Law School in 2000. He was admitted to the Texas State Bar in 2001. He is a member of Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity, International, Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Member of Texas Trial Lawyer Association and the State Bar of Texas.
Jeffery was born Abilene Texas at Dyess Air Force Base, traveled elsewhere with his family, returning to Abilene in 1986. He has since made Abilene his home. Jeffery and his wife Toni have 3 children; Andrea, Austin and Dallas.
Bachelor of Arts Paralegal, McMurry University, 1996
Juris Doctor, Thomas M. Cooley Law School
Paralegal Certification, Abilene Christian University, 1993
Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity
Member of Million Dollar Advocates Forum
Member of Texas Trial Lawyer Association