Every trial lawyer has a choice in who they will represent as clients. After law school (and passing the bar), personal injury trial lawyer Elizabeth Larrick chose to dedicate her legal career to helping people. In focusing on personal injury law, Elizabeth chose to represent those individuals—people just like you—who found themselves injured through no fault of their own and fighting a battle against large insurance companies and claims processes.
As a personal injury trial lawyer, Elizabeth is dedicated to helping individual people, to furthering community safety, and to holding people accountable through the civil justice system. She makes it her goal to provide a personal touch to every client and every case. Her practice has included handling cases from initial consultation to jury trials and bench trials in state and federal court. Through tenacity and preparation, Elizabeth personally prepares each case for trial.
On her journey to becoming a better trial lawyer, Elizabeth took a fellowship position to expand her legal experience and knowledge. For ten months, Elizabeth worked as a trial lawyer at the Keenan Law Firm in Atlanta with the renowned child-injury trial lawyer Don Keenan. The fellowship program allowed her to participate in nationwide trials (Washington, Kentucky, Nevada), several attorney workshops, and the day-to-day office business of the Keenan Law Firm. At trial she prepared witnesses, participated in trial strategy, assisted in the preparation of other trial lawyers, and argued legal motions to the court. The fellowship program provided an opportunity to challenge Elizabeth at a level unknown before—higher level of cases, higher level of lawyering—and she is a better trial lawyer and person because of it.
In July 2015, Elizabeth went out on her own to form Larrick Law Firm PC to continue her career and passion for helping individuals.
Elizabeth has been recognized by her peers and was selected as a faculty member at the exclusive Keenan Trial Institute where she teaches other trial lawyers how to improve and better prepare their cases for trial. Specifically, she was asked to teach classes on Focus Groups, Depositions, MIST, and (her personal favorite) Witness Preparation. By applying these skills to her own practice, she maximizes the outcome for her clients.
State Bar Admissions
- University of North Texas Bachelor of Arts
- University of Oklahoma College of Law J.D.
- Texas Trial Lawyers Association
- Capital Area Trial Lawyers Association
- Austin Bar Association
- Keenan Trial Institute Faculty