Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C. (“MWL”) is pleased to welcome a new litigation associate, Sarah E. Byrom, to the firm’s Austin, Texas branch office. Sarah began her career as an attorney within the Travis County District Attorney’s office in Austin.
Sarah attended undergraduate school at the University of Texas at Austin and went on to attend and graduate law school at George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C. She will be a welcome addition to the subrogation litigation team in Austin. Sarah passed the nation’s most difficult bar examination and is licensed to practice in California. She also recently passed a very difficult Texas State Bar Exam and is licensed in Texas as well.
When Sarah isn’t working, she enjoys playing guitar, getting outdoors for hikes and swimming, and going on adventures with her dog, Rodeo.
Sarah will primarily be handling property and casualty, workers’ compensation, and automobile subrogation cases throughout Texas and will be assisting MWL’s Los Angeles branch office as needed. She believes strongly in preparation and aggressive investigation of subrogation potential on behalf of a client before suit is filed. In many instances, she likes to win the case before the petition is even filed. She will provide additional experience to one of the busiest branch offices within the MWL family. We look forward to the experience and work ethic Sarah brings to the firm, and eagerly welcome her to our growing family of subrogation professionals here at MWL. On behalf of the partners, associates, legal assistants, and support staff here at MWL, we would like to welcome Sarah.