With a law degree from Texas Tech University, Rob founded the Lovett Law Firm in 1999. Since that time, he’s successfully handled thousands of personal injury cases and represented thousands of victims of motor vehicle accidents across West Texas and Southern New Mexico.
Rob’s passion for the law started in Whitesboro, TX where his single mother raised him. He grew up admiring his mom’s incredible work ethic as she juggled minimum wage positions to earn enough money to feed and shelter her family. However, he felt devastated when she sustained a debilitating back injury while on the job. The accident completely affected her ability to work and to provide for her family. Sadly, his mother received an unfair financial settlement from her employer as a result of her poor legal representation. This unfortunate experience ultimately motivated Rob to become an attorney. From that point on, he made it his mission to defend the rights of personal injury victims, just like his mother.
Rob takes pride in being personally available for the clients he represents. He fights steadfastly to ensure that they get the best possible compensation, and he will not stop until justice is served. Additionally, Rob makes certain that his team provides representation to all clients, even with the social distancing restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic by making The Lovett App available on all smartphones.
Rob’s dedication to serving clients has earned him recognition and awards throughout his career. He was selected to the 2019 & 2020 Texas Super Lawyers List and has been given the Certificate of Excellence which has ranked him among the top three personal injury lawyers in El Paso for the past three years.
He has served on the Board of Directors for the Hispanic College Fund since 2004, and he’s a member of both Texas and New Mexico Trial Lawyers Associations.
Rob Lovett is licensed to practice law in Texas and New Mexico state courts. He is also admitted to practice law in the United States District Court Western District of Texas and the United States District Court District of New Mexico, which serves the entire state.