Casey Q. Carlile
Casey is a graduate of Marshall High School, class of 1994. After graduation, he attended Baylor University earned a BBA in Entrepreneurship and Management of Information Systems. Casey attended Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law in Dallas. Casey earned his law degree from SMU in two and a half years and graduated cum laude with honors. During his career Casey has served as lead counsel and second chair in numerous trials obtaining significant jury awards in cases involving car wrecks, trucking wrecks, defective products and unsafe premises. Casey is admitted to practice law in all Texas state courts and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. Casey also represents wrongful death claims and Social Security Disability claims. Casey has dedicated his practice to helping injured clients and making the community safer. Casey married his high school sweetheart Heather Labouve Carlile in 1998, and together they are the proud parents of three children. Casey is very involved in family life, his church and the local community. He is a member of First United Methodist Church and has served on numerous committees and in leadership positions. In his spare time Casey enjoys spending time with family, playing golf, watching sports, working in his yard and hanging out with friends.
Jennifer is a graduate of Jefferson High School, class of 2000. Jennifer graduated from East Texas Baptist University with a Bachelor of Science in Sociology in 2006. She joined the firm in 2006 as a paralegal. She works directly with Mr. Carlile on the firm’s personal injury and social security disability claims. She assists clients with all aspects of pre-litigation and the litigation process. She provides reliable assistance and serves as a listening ear to the clients. Jennifer is a member of State Bar of Texas Paralegal Division, Northeast Texas Association of Paralegals and a Notary Public for the State of Texas. Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family, fishing, listening to music, and playing games.