Childs Bishop & White PC have been helping individuals affected a personal injury in Odessa, Midland and the Permian Basin for over 30 years. They are committed to fighting for the maximum compensation for injured individuals – and families of those lost – of serious injury and wrongful death through strategic negotiation and trial advocacy. Utilizing their depth of knowledge, extensive courtroom experience and a commitment to clients, the firm has been able to achieve a solid record of results throughout its years of practice.
“My staff is sensitive to the needs of injured people just like you. We want to help you get every dollar you deserve for lost wages, medical costs, and pain and suffering. We won’t settle your personal injury case until you know you’ll be happy with the outcome.”
Professional Associations and Distinctions
Robert White, leading partner of Childs Bishop & White, is a member and has served as president of the Ector County Bar Association. He is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, the State Bar of Texas and the American Bar Association. Since 1992, he has held the position of Director for the Texas Trial Lawyers Association.
Board Certified Trial Lawyer
Robert White is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Of the 70,000 attorneys in Texas, only 7,000 of them are Board Certified. A Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Lawyer devotes 90 percent or more of his law practice to representing individuals affected by a personal injury. That commitment to a particular area of practice results in a superior strength of knowledge and experience.
Giving Back to the Odessa Community
Robert White is committed to the communities of Odessa, Midland and West Texas. Beyond providing legal services to the residents of these communities, he and his legal staff give their time, money, and support to several local charities. Robert White is an avid supporter of the Junior League of Odessa, Ector County Democrats, along with several Catholic Charities and the Odessa Crisis Center, which is a local resource for those who have been affected by sexual and domestic assault.