Experience on your side
Alycia’s practice focuses on personal injury, including auto collisions; 18-wheeler and commercial vehicle collisions, dram shop; wrongful death; dog bites; daycare negligence; work-related injuries and premises liability.
Prior to her work as a personal injury attorney, she spent ten years practicing criminal and family law. Through her experience as a criminal and family attorney, Alycia learned that clients value an attorney who will listen, understand and advocate for them through the worst moments of their lives. When she transitioned to injury law, Alycia knew that her values and experience would be beneficial to her clients who are suffering as a result of traumatic events. Her compassion, desire to understand people’s stories and her investigative skills are what her injury clients find most notable about her representation. When clients choose Alycia, they get an attorney with thousands of hours of courtroom experience who isn’t afraid to stand up on behalf of her client.
Her desire to become an attorney began with her parents who have dedicated their lives to helping others. Alycia’s dad retired as a Battalion Chief with the Colorado Springs Fire Department, and also worked as an arson investigator and expert witness for arson-related injury and property litigation. Her mom was a nurse and a dedicated mother. Growing up, her parents, coupled with her faith, instilled in her the value of helping others and fighting for justice for the underdog. She has spent her life living out Proverbs 31:8-9 by defending those who are judged and by speaking up on behalf of those who cannot speak for themselves.
Alycia and her PWL teammates were three-time conference champions in NCAA Division II Women’s Lacrosse and she was a four-year Women’s Lacrosse Academic All-American. She also played lacrosse in the Czech Republic as part of the USA Athletes International program. After college, she played on the Midlands Women’s Lacrosse team while she served as a lacrosse coach and housemother at Stowe Boarding School in Buckinghamshire, England, UK.
When she’s not in the courtroom, you can find Alycia out near the lake or pool; running; hiking or playing with her daughters. She also enjoys finding new restaurants and traveling with her husband. The family has only been in Bell County since the start of 2022, but they’re happy to call it home.
Regent University School of Law
B.S., Criminal Justice
Memberships and Recognitions
The Federal District of Alaska
Western Federal District of Texas
Alaska Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Texas Trial Lawyers Association
Bell County Young Lawyers Association
Million Dollar Advocates Forum
Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum
Contact a Temple Personal Injury Lawyer
If you or someone you love was injured, call our compassionate injury lawyers. You could be entitled to significant compensation.
We can investigate your claim to find all responsible parties. Fill out the contact form or give us a call at 254-771-5688 to schedule your free, no-obligation case evaluation.
The Carlson Law Firm in Temple, TX
2010 SW H K Dodgen Loop Suite 201
Temple, TX 76504