Raised and educated in Fort Worth, Texas, Attorney Amy Witherite became a notable scholarship athlete for a top 10 women’s swimming program early in her college career. She went on to receive her law degree from Texas Tech School of Law and subsequently began working for one of the oldest and largest law firms in the state of Texas in 1993. Two years later, Amy relocated her practice to an insurance defense law firm, acquiring knowledge of the strategies and procedures used in defense of insurance companies, which she later began to utilize to defend her injured Texas clients.
In 2001, Amy co-founded the law firm of Eberstein Witherite, LLP, along with Brian A. Eberstein, specializing in providing effective legal representation for Texans injured in motor vehicle accidents and supporting those with claims related to other personal injury case types. Certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, she has been named by Texas Super Lawyers as one of the 50 Best Women Lawyers in Texas. Since inception of the annual Texas Super Lawyer award by Texas Monthly Magazine in 2003, Amy has been repeatedly selected by her peers.
Amy is a member of the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association, and a former Chair of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association Board of Advocates. She is also a fellowship member of and is on the Board of Directors of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association.
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- Texas Tech University School of Law
- Honors: Magna Cum Laude
- Texas Tech University
- Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)
- Texas State Bar # 00788698
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Eberstein Witherite, LLP is a Dallas personal injury law firm with a combined 75 years of legal practice working for injured Texas clients.Don’t Deal With Unfair Insurance Adjuster
Discussion on some of the challenges you may face after a car accident.1800CarWreck Dallas / Houston Car Wreck Lawyer Amy Witherite
Discussion on what to do after a car or truck accident.