Robert M. Kisselburgh

Robert M. Kisselburgh

Robert M. Kisselburgh

  • Anderson Law Firm
  • 1310 W. El Paso St Fort Worth, Texas 76102
  • 817-294-1900

Growing up, Robert was greatly influenced by his grandparents to be relentless and hard-working, but also compassionate and kind. He attributes his strong work ethic and his genuine concern for others to those early days.  

”When I was growing up, I was fortunate to spend a lot of time with my Nanny and Grandpa who owned a cleaners and laundry,” Robert says. “Day after day I witnessed their tremendous work ethic and, more importantly, I saw how much my grandparents cared for others. It really inspired me.”

Robert knew he wanted to work in a field that allowed him to have a real impact on people’s lives. That’s what drew him to law, an avenue that enabled him to help injured victims, the underdogs.

For over two decades, Robert Kisselburgh has helped injury victims fight uncooperative insurance companies and greedy corporations to recover maximum compensation for his client’s medical bills, pain and suffering.

Raised in Southern California, Robert returned to his Texas family roots after serving in the U.S. Air Force.  Robert is a seventh-generation Texan and a direct descendant of Robert Potter, a signer of The Republic of Texas Declaration of Independence.

Robert is married to Liz, a lawyer and CPA. Between them, they have five children, one adorable granddaughter and two dogs. When not working, Robert enjoys golf, attending Cowboys and Rangers games, watching college football games, reading, and spending time with his family.

Additional Accolades

Robert has worked on cases involving car accidents, tractor-trailer accidents, medical malpractice, products liability, and pharmaceutical injury cases.  He has had the opportunity to help clients with injuries including quadriplegia, paraplegia, brain injuries, serious burn injuries, fractured neck and back, heart problems, and blindness.  He has also represented the families of those who have suffered the ultimate loss – the death of a loved one.

Throughout his career, Robert has helped clients fight against insurance companies and large corporations, including car manufacturers, trucking companies and pharmaceutical companies, which have injured his clients.  Robert was at the forefront of the Fen-Phen litigation where he was instrumental in developing the case and was co-counsel in the first Fen-Phen trial in the U.S. resulting in a multi-million dollar verdict in favor of their client.  He successfully represented hundreds of other Fen-Phen victims in Texas and a number of other states including Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, North Dakota, and the District of Columbia.

  • Recognized by the Fort Worth magazine as a Top Attorney in 2012
  • Listed as a nationally recognized attorney in "How the Top Lawyers Stack Up" in D Magazine
  • Recognized as one of the "Top Ten Impact Players for 1999" in Texas Lawyer
  • Featured on Good Morning America, CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, 60 Minutes II, WFAA News (Dallas ABC affiliate) and National Public Radio
  • Published in the Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, Texas Monthly, D Magazine, Dallas Morning News, and Texas Lawyer.
  • Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization – a certification that is only achieved by two percent of the licensed attorneys in Texas.
  • Top Attorney 2012
  • American Association for Justice
  • Texas Trial Lawyers Association
  • Mississippi Association for Justice
  • Dallas Trial Lawyers Association
  • Tarrant County Trial Lawyers Association
  • State Bar of Texas
  • Mississippi Bar
  • Million Dollar Advocates Forum


Southern Methodist University School of Law, J.D.
Texas A&M University-Commerce, M.S.
Northwestern Oklahoma State University, B.S.

Bar Admissions

Texas, 1990
Mississippi, 2007
U.S District Court Northern District of Texas
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Texas
U.S. District Court Southern District of Mississippi
U.S. District Court Northern District of Mississippi
U.S. Court of Appeal 5th Circuit