While in law school I worked full time as a legal secretary and legal assistant for various firms that practiced family law, estate planning and general civil litigation. I was licensed in 2005 and began practicing personal injury for a volume firm here in my hometown of Killeen. I later continued that personal injury practice at Norman Taylor, PLLC and expanded to include general civil litigation (including executory contracts and landlord tenant law), wills and probate and social security disability law.
It is my belief that, whether its a personal injury case or social security disability case, to be effective one must develop and present a picture of who a person is and how their lives are impacted with daily struggles because of their injuries and symptoms. Over the years I have developed a love and intrigue for the challenge of analyzing medical records and learning about a client and their life to develop a case that unique to them and their circumstances.
I view each area of my practice as an opportunity for me to help a person and/or family and to improve my local and global community. I have deep gratitude and appreciation for the privilege to practice law and I look forward to the opportunity and privilege to meeting and help you
Texas Wesleyan University
School of Law 2004
Texas Women’s University
B.S. in Science 1999
• Texas, Federal Court Western District of Texas