Abagail “Abbie” Carrier – Austin, Texas

3503 Wild Cherry Drive
Building 6
Austin, Texas 78738
Office: 512.600.4365
Fax: 512.266.3655
Email: [email protected]

Areas of Practice

Insurance Defense • Premise Liability • Transportation/Trucking Liability • Business Litigation

Legal Experience

Ms. Carrier represents clients in both state and federal courts on a wide array of matters including commercial personal injury defense, premises liability, and various business disputes.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Carrier’s practice areas included plaintiff’s personal injury and commercial defenses, as well as general civil litigation with a focus on business and commercial disputes. Ms. Carrier has represented numerous clients throughout Texas and surrounding states. Specifically representing clients in multimillion-dollar property disputes, assisting clients in an array of transactional matters, and assisting clients with international Federal disputes. Consistently, Ms. Carrier’s practice has had a basis of personal injury litigation. Based on her experience, Ms. Carrier possesses a broad base of legal knowledge.

Ms. Carrier received her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science, from the University of Southern Maine in 2016. From there, she went on to attend law school at St. Mary’s University School of Law, in San Antonio, Texas, attaining her J.D. in 2019. While in law school, Ms. Carrier was Secretary of her school’s Student Bar Association and Women’s Law Association, a Moot Court competitor, as well as a member of St. Mary’s Law Review, The Scholar. Since graduating law school, Ms. Carrier has been an active member of the legal community participating in many bar associations. Recently, Ms. Carrier has been named as one of San Antonio Magazine’s Top Attorneys for Commercial Litigation receiving nominations from her peers.


B.A., 2016, University of Southern Maine
J.D., 2019, St. Mary’s University School of Law

Professional Licenses

Texas State Bar, 2019

Admissions to Courts

U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, 2021