Mr. Carroll has extensive experience in handling a wide variety of complex litigation matters, demonstrating expertise in the courtroom as well as the ability to manage complex multi-party litigation. He serves the firm's clients as both trial and coordinating local counsel.He has taken over 100 cases to verdict in jury trials in state and federal court.He has successfully represented individuals, corporations, business owners, and premises owners in a wide variety of commercial, personal injury, and wrongful death matters.
Mr. Carroll has represented a large variety of clients in wide range of areas and enjoys many long-term client relationships. Mr. Carroll has earned a reputation among his peers as a thorough, well-prepared attorney.He has demonstrated an ability to relate to clients and juries from diverse backgrounds and experiences resulting in numerous favorable verdicts.
Baylor University, B.B.A., 1981
Baylor University School of Law, J.D., 1983
Personal Injury Litigation
Oil and Gas Litigation
Trucking Industry Defense
Past Cases Typical of Mr. Carroll's Practice Areas:
Defense of a large supplier in cases filed throughout Texas claiming serious personal injuries and death allegedly the result of the sale of asbestos-containing products.
•Defense of an oil exploration company in wrongful death suit arising from a frack tank explosion task to production.
Representation of the defendants in an oil and gas case where we secured a jury verdict of over $1,000,000 on cross-claims.
•Defense of a trucking company in an accident involving serious personal injuries.
•Defense of an apartment complex in wrongful death case.
Representing Plaintiffs who were severely injured or killed in serious collisions.
•Representing Oil and Gas Clients.
Marcus A. Carroll grew up in Tyler, Texas as did his wife, Jane. Mr. Carroll graduated from Robert E. Lee High School in 1977. He then continued his education at Baylor University from 1977 to 1981 graduating with a B.B.A.He attended Baylor University School of Law, graduating in 1983. He was hired by Potter, Guinn, Minton, Roberts and Ireland in 1983. He left the Potter Firm in 1984 to work with Ireland, Carroll & Kelley, and became a shareholder in 1987. In 2000, Mr. Carroll started his own law firm.He became of counsel for Black & Skaggs, P.C. in 2016.