Hibbert Law is staffed by two atlanta lawyers with over 48 years of legal experience combined. We invite you to find out more about both David Hibbert and Sara Simmons-Brown by reading below. To get in touch with David and Sara, simply contact us.
David Hibbert is an Atlanta native now living in Lilburn, Georgia. He is a graduate of Mercer University (1972, B.A.) and Emory University School of Law (1975, J.D.). As a sole practitioner engaged in the general practice of law in the metro Atlanta area, his 39 year experience has included civil and criminal bench and jury trials in both state and federal courts. He has been involved for several years as a teacher in the Kessler-Eidson Program for Trial Techniques at the Emory University School of Law. He has also served as a Judge in the collegiate American Mock Trial competitions held at Georgia Tech. He is a certified “Mentor” in the State Bar of Georgia Transition into Law Practice Program. David also serves as Chairman of the City of Lilburn Board of Zoning Appeals. He is a regional vice-president of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, and a member of the Lawyers Club of Atlanta. The middle child from a family of seven children, David followed in his father’s footsteps as an attorney (along with three other siblings). He has been married to spouse, Mary Frances, for over 39 years. They reside in Lilburn with their Jack Russell Terrier, that shares the office daily with receptionist duties.
Sara Simmons-Brown is in her ninth year of practicing law with the Law Office of David W. Hibbert. Mrs. Brown lives with her husband Anthony, and their five year old twin sons, in a hundred year old house near Little 5 Points. After many years of being a paralegal, and being mentored by talented and seasoned attorneys including Mr. Hibbert, she graduated in 2005, Magna Cum Laude, from Georgia State University College of Law. Sara interned at the Georgia Supreme Court for Justice Robert Benham, and also with the Southern Center for Human Rights and the Georgia Justice Project. Sara tried her first case to a jury less than 6 months after graduating from law school, and obtained a verdict of more than $470,000.00 on a soft tissue injury case. Recently in Gwinnett County she obtained a verdict in excess of half a million dollars for a client with less than $40,000 in medical bills for a soft tissue injury. She not only argues cases to juries, she also enjoys legal research and brief writing, and has won cases before the Georgia Court of Appeals.