In 2019, Kathy Adibe Iwueke founded Adibe Law Group with the goal of creating a firm that focused on helping others. We are not intimidated or afraid of fighting for the rights of our clients to ensure they receive exceptional representation and maximum compensation. Furthermore, whether you’ve been injured in an auto accident or serious injured by an 18-Wheeler. Adibe Law will be with you every step of the way to fight for a successful victory for your case. Adibe Law Group has successfully recovered millions of dollars in settlements for its clients.
Houston Personal Injury Attorney – Kathy Adibe
Kathy, a licensed Houston Personal Injury Attorney at Adibe Law Group, passionately seeks maximum client compensation. Our team advocates for clients injured due to others’ negligence. Kathy specializes in diverse personal injury cases, from car accidents to 18-Wheeler incidents. Adibe Law Group has successfully obtained millions in client settlements. We confront insurance firms that offer minimal injury compensation. Consequently, Kathy’s unmatched approach ensures clients receive the compensation they deserve.
Kathy completed her law degree at Thurgood Marshall School of Law, actively participating in the academic community. During law school, Kathy actively participated in student organizations and served as President of the Civil Rights Law Society (CRLS), leading various events. There, the CRLS hosted numerous events including police panels. Invited prosecutors from the Harris County District Attorney’s Office to speak, hosting professors from Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Additionally, Kathy and her team also engaged with high school students, educating them about their 5th and 6th Amendment rights.
Previously, Kathy worked at Goodwill Industries in Houston, aiding homeless veterans. She helped them gain self-sufficiency with housing and support services, also conducting home inspections. Kathy earned her Psychology and Sociology degree at UTSA, actively participating in academics. There, she founded ‘The Young and Misguided (yMe?)’, mentoring San Antonio’s youth.
Lastly, Kathy is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority incorporated