"I live here.  I fight here."  That is Rachel Ambler's motto. 


Many attorneys advertise and look for oilfield injury and trucking cases in West Texas and the New Mexico areas, but they aren't from here.  Their main office is in Dallas or San Antonio or Corpus—and you'll never meet your lawyer in person. 


Ms. Ambler lives here.  She moved to Midland in 2001 and has lived in Odessa since 2015.  She owns the building where her firm offices in Odessa.  She is on the Odessa Public Arts Committee.  Ms. Ambler is part of the West Texas community and fights with a passion for the people who live here, work here, and get injured here.  Because she lives here and works here, too.  She believes she has an obligation to make this community as safe as possible for all of us.  She's not out here to make money and go home—this is home.

I believe in a personal approach.  I will work to get you and your family the best result, whether that is the most money or the least punishment.  Our typical personal injury team includes paralegals, legal assistants, accident reconstruction experts, economists, life care planners, and your physicians and surgeons.

To be successful, our team will be working with you, not for you. 


Unlike other law firms where you never get to talk to the actual attorney, I am personally available to you.  While a busy court schedule means I sometimes have to turn off my phone, telephone calls are usually returned the same day.  Emails and texts are returned usually within an hour.


After all, it is your case.  We know the law, how to argue, and how to get the most for you, but we always listen to you, your concerns, and your ideas.

I look forward to fighting for you and your family,

Rachel Ambler was honored by the Texas Trial Lawyers Association as the winner of the 2018 John Howie Spirit of Mentorship Award.  She is also a 2018, 2019, and 2020 Texas Super Lawyers Rising Star.


Ms. Ambler is a frequent speaker at continuing education programs, helping keep her fellow Texas attorneys up to date on Texas trial practice, Texas case law, and changes to Texas law.  Some of these include:

  • "7 Ways Plaintiffs Can Destroy Their Own Cases & How to Avoid Those Pitfalls" paper and presentation to Texas Trial Lawyers Association at 2019 Annual Meeting & CLE  (November 2019)

  • Chapter 95 and Duties Owed to Contractors" paper and presentation to Texas Trial Lawyers Association at Commercial Vehicle, 18-Wheeler & Oilfield CLE (August 2019)

  • "The Client’s Right to Know, The Attorney’s Duty to Disclose”  presented to Permian Basin Trial Lawyers Association (June 28, 2017)

  • Guest Speaker, Community Property class, St. Mary’s University School of Law (February 2014)


Rachel Ambler received her Juris Doctorate degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law where she graduated cum laude.  She is a member of The John M. Harlan Society and Phi Delta Phi.  She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in History, summa cum laude, from The University of Texas of the Permian Basin.


While in law school, Ms. Ambler was on the St. Mary’s Law Journal.  Ms. Ambler served internships in both the civil and criminal divisions of the U.S. Attorney’s Office.  She was a summer clerk for the Hon. Robert Junell, United States District Court for the Western District of Texas.  While in law school, she clerked for a prestigious civil and bankruptcy litigation firm in San Antonio.


Ms. Ambler has authored several magazine articles, legal book reviews, and published law journal articles.  She co-authored a comprehensive legal textbook on Texas Community Property and Marital Law, which is now in its second edition.  Her textbook is being used at St. Mary's University School of Law and Texas A&M University School of Law.


Ms. Ambler is licensed to practice law in the States of Texas and New Mexico.  She is admitted to practice before the Federal Courts of New Mexico, the Western District of Texas, and the Northern District of Texas.  She is a Member of the American Bar Association, the Federal Bar Association, The Texas Bar Association, the Midland County Bar Association, the Ector County Bar Association, the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association, and the Permian Basin Trial Lawyers Association.  She is a Member of the College of the State Bar of Texas.

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