Casey Q. Carlile
Location: Marshall, Texas
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Casey Q. Carlile is a graduate of Marshall High School. After graduation, Casey attended Baylor University where he earned a degree with majors in Entrepreneurship and Management of Information Systems. After graduating from Baylor, Casey attended Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law in Dallas. During law school Casey served as a staff member and Articles Editor for the International Law Review Association, and was selected to work as a law clerk for Justice Tom James and Justice Ed Kinkeade of the Dallas Court of Appeals for the Fifth District of Texas. Casey earned his law degree from SMU in two and a half years and graduated cum laude with honors. After graduation, Casey passed the Texas Bar Exam and returned home to Marshall to practice law with his father and brother. After a year of working as an associate attorney, Casey became a full partner in the Carlile Law Firm, LLP.
During his career Casey has served as lead counsel and second chair in numerous trials obtaining significant jury awards in cases involving automobile accidents and occupational exposure to silica and asbestos. Casey is admitted to practice law in all Texas state courts and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. During his legal career Casey has represented thousands of individuals injured by chemical exposures, automobile wrecks, trucking collisions, defective products, and defective drugs. Casey also represents wrongful death claims and Social Security Disability claims.
Casey is partners with his older brother, D. Scott Carlile. Together, they have dedicated their 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. Casey regularly coaches his children’s sports teams and enjoys spending time helping his children pursue their passions. Casey is a member of First United Methodist Church and has served on numerous committees and in leadership positions. Casey has served on the board of directors for the Boys & Girls Club of the Big Pines and is a past president of the board of directors for the Marshall Downtown Development Corporation. In his spare time Casey enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf, watching sports, working in his yard and hanging out with friends. Casey is a member of the East Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the Harrison County Bar Association, The Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice, and the Association of Plaintiff Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America.