Community Service

Randy Roberts and the personal injury firm and legal staff of Roberts & Roberts believe it is important to support our community. That’s why our law firm has a long record of serving as volunteers, donating funds and holding leadership roles with worthy civic, educational and charitable organizations across East Texas.


Randy and his wife are active in many community eventsKomen Tyler’s 18th annual Race for the Cure to raise money for Breast health services in Smith County was held on May 7th. Randy Roberts and his wife Neysa, participated among many others and won their respective divisions for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.

Randy and his team support the Children’s Miracle Network

texas-boys-stateTexas Boys State is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for high school students. Recently, Patrick Smallwood, a young man came by our office to thank Mr. Roberts for sending him to Texas Boys State and presented him with an official Texas Boys State T-shirt. “It was a pleasure to come by and meet Mr. Roberts.” said Smallwood. “I’m very grateful to him and the Roberts & Roberts Law Firm for sending me to Texas Boys State.”

Randy Roberts and the legal staff of Roberts & Roberts are proud to support the Gift of Love on KLTV. The organization helps East Texas children who need homes and families. There are over 100,000 children is foster care in the United States. Approximately 1,000 are in the surrounding East Texas areas alone. If you would like more information about adoption or fostering call the Gift of Love hotline at 1-888-kids-275.

Randy Roberts and the staff of Roberts and Roberts have teamed up with The Taxi Cab Company of Tyler and MADD to offer a free taxi service on New Year’s Eve for those that need a designated driver.

Randy Roberts and his team of attorneys at Roberts & Roberts Law Firm have served on the local board of directors or are otherwise members of the following organizations:


Randy has served for more than 27 years on the board of directors of a local sheltered workshop for the disabled (n/k/a Goodwill Industries of East Texas, Inc.), as a Cub Scout leader for more than 15 years, and as a coach for a local high school mock trial team for more than 9 years. He is a member of the original class of Leadership Tyler.