Meet Attorney Austin Easley
Personal Injury Attorney in St. Francis County
Austin Easley has made it his life's work to stand up for injured people and victims. His practice centers around the courtroom, and he has represented clients and families covering a wide range of issues.
Austin has enjoyed particular success in cases tried to a jury, winning substantial verdicts and obtaining substantial settlements for clients that have been wronged by employers, insurance companies, banks, negligent motor vehicle operators, big-truck drivers, and other defendants. He has also successfully represented both individuals and small companies in contract issues and land disputes.
Trial work has been important to Austin for a long time. He led Forrest City High School to two state championships in mock trial. His preparation for trial work continued at the University of Arkansas School of Law, where he won the William H. Sutton Barristers' Trial Competition as the school's top trial advocacy team. He went on to represent the University of Arkansas School of Law in regional and national trial competitions. He was the president of the student chapter of the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association and a member of the Board of Advocates.
After law school, Austin joined Easley & Houseal. In his time at the firm he has been recognized by the National Trial Lawyers Association's Top 40 Under 40 for the State of Arkansas. Since joining the firm, Easley & Houseal has repeatedly been nationally recognized as a "Best Law Firm" by U.S. News and World Report.
Austin is also the President of the East-Central Arkansas Razorback Club, a Past-President of the Rotary Club of Forrest City, and has served on the board of Legal Aid of Arkansas. He is licensed to practice in Arkansas state court, United Stated District Court (Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas), and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
An avid outdoorsman, Austin spends most of his spare time in the woods or on the water. If he's not hunting or fishing, you may find him in his wood shop. He attends church and Razorback football games as regularly as he can.
Currently, Austin serves St. Francis County, Arkansas as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, trying cases ranging from traffic tickets to capital murder.