EXPERIENCE and RESULTS MATTER. Laura is a third generation trial attorney–both her father and grandfather were trial attorneys, and she grew up watching both of them take cases to trial. Now, with over 27 years of trial experience herself, Laura is recognized as a leader within the birth injury litigation field and as a principal of the Brown Trial Firm.
In addition to her experience, Laura has a track record of success: winning multiple multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts for children with Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE), Cerebral Palsy (CP), and other birth injuries.
Laura is an advocate for children. Her practice is focused on birth injury cases. She represents children who have been hurt at or near the time of birth due to negligent medical care. These are babies who have suffered serious injuries because of medical negligence and preventable medical errors.
Laura’s advocacy has been widely recognized among her peers. She is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, a Chapter President of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) and also serves as co-chair of the Birth Trauma Litigation Group (BTLG) and co-editor of the BTLG newsletter. Through the BTLG, Laura has taught seminars to nurses and to attorneys educating on how to avoid preventable medical errors that result in birth injuries.
At Baylor Law, Laura serves as an Adjunct Professor, teaching courses in Advanced Trial Preparation and Personal Injury Trial Law. And, she is co-author of Proving Damages to the Jury (3rd ed. 2018) with Baylor Law professor and respected trial attorney, Jim Wren.
In addition to being recognized as a Texas Super Lawyer, and she is a member of the Million and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates forum because of the past multi-million dollar jury verdicts and settlements that she has achieved for her clients.