“It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of our attorney and friend Austin Taylor. Throughout his legal career, Austin devoted himself to representing clients stricken with cancer caused by asbestos exposure. Austin was an incredible advocate who cared deeply for his clients and their devastated families. He is remembered by many for his genuine kindness and thoughtfulness, as well as his generous character. More important to him than his career as an attorney, Austin was devoted to his family and friends. He was a dedicated and loving husband, father, son, and friend. Austin’s legacy and loving spirit live on in all those who knew him.”
– The Lanier Law Firm
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Austin Taylor was born and raised in the small town of Stephenville, Texas. After graduating from high school, Austin moved to Houston to continue his education at The University of Houston, where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree with Honors in Political Science. He then received his Doctor of Jurisprudence from South Texas College of Law Houston, where he was a Dean’s Honor List recipient.
Austin joined The Lanier Law Firm in 2015 as a law clerk while attending law school. During that time he gained valuable experience and knowledge in civil litigation and representing injured clients and their families who have been harmed by asbestos and other toxic substances. Austin’s professionalism, experience and work ethic led to him being hired as an associate after his admission to the State Bar of Texas.
Austin lived in Houston, Texas with his wife, Madison. He was a member of the State Bar of Texas, American Bar Association, Houston Young Lawyers Association, the South Texas College of Law Alumni Association.
In his spare time, Austin enjoyed spending time with his wife, Madison, and their two beautiful daughters, cooking barbecue, playing golf and watching every college football game he can.