Vernon K. Elkins

Associate

Tel: 512-346-5688
Office Location: Round Rock

Education

Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, Juris Doctor

About

Vernon K. Elkins is a North Austin-based personal injury attorney. He licensed to practice law in both Illinois and Texas.

Vernon is a graduate of Loyola University New Orleans College of Law; and received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology & American History from the University of Michigan. He was admitted to the Illinois State Bar in February 2008 and to the Texas State Bar in March of 2016.  In addition, he was admitted into the Northern District of Illinois in September of 2011 and will soon be admitted into the Western District of Texas.

Vernon enjoys being challenged every day and working with a great team of passionate attorneys. He focuses on helping victims of personal injury and medical malpractice. Before coming to The Carlson Law Firm, Vernon worked in Houston as a contract and compliance specialist. Prior to that, he worked in Chicago for an aviation and aerospace litigation firm for seven years.

Even though he’s made it through law school and the bar exam, Vernon continues to challenge himself and expand his knowledge of the law. He has an incredible desire to learn and acquire knowledge every day.  His greatest joy is being able to apply the years of his education and work experience to be effective counsel for his clients.

Clients should know that Vernon will give his complete attention to each case. Further, he will focus on ensuring their matter is handled with the highest care and competency. He will do all he can to ensure that clients receive the damages they are entitled to.

He is a member of the Capital Area Trial Lawyer Association and the Texas Trial Lawyers Association.

When he’s not practicing law, Vernon is a dedicated University of Michigan football and basketball fan and enjoys traveling, sporting events, music and spending time with his family and friends.

Memberships and Recognitions

Capital Area Trial Lawyer Association
Texas Trial Lawyers Association

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