Attorney Laura Ramos James
Laura Ramos James has a fighting spirit. Her dedication to justice and her compassion for victims of personal injuries are unmatched. She is always more than willing to go the extra mile and is ready to fight harder for you than any other personal injury attorney can.
Laura understands the pain and emotional stress of dealing with a serious accident. A victim of a severe personal injury incident herself while growing up in Mexico, Laura developed a yearning for justice early on in life. Since then, Laura has been inspired to fight for justice. She became devoted to the idea of ensuring victims of personal injuries, like her, would not be left without recourse while the persons at fault escaped responsibility.
It was during her initial years in college that Laura discovered the huge importance of the civil court system. She realized how valuable personal injury attorneys could be in the lives of accident victims, and since then, Laura has taken every single opportunity to learn as much as she can about this system designed to help those who need it most.
Graduating with honors from St. Mary’s University, Laura would go on to join the prestigious Baylor Law School program. Ranked No. 2 in the nation for its rigorous trial advocacy program, this experience was both challenging but utterly rewarding and allowed Laura to develop the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in a courtroom. Laura made the Dean’s List every year at Baylor.
Upon graduating, Laura was eager to polish her litigation skills. She spent time working for a boutique insurance defense firm that represented large insurance companies in South Texas. While her time there provided her with tremendous experience and a keen understanding of the insurance industry, it soon became clear that her heart was with the victims. She could not escape her desire to help the underserved and families who were regularly taken advantage of by big companies.
Resolving to give her legal care and guidance to those who needed it most, Laura soon moved to Austin and became a plaintiff’s lawyer.
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
Established in 1993, the Million Dollar Advocates Forum (which includes the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum) is one of the most prestigious groups of trial lawyers in the United States. Membership is limited to attorneys who have won million and multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements. There are over 5000 members throughout the country. Fewer than 1% of U.S. lawyers are members.
Super Lawyers selects the Rising Stars list to recognize accomplished attorneys who are either 40 years old or younger OR in practice for 10 years or less. While up to five percent of the lawyers in the state are named to Super Lawyers, no more than 2.5 percent are named to the Rising Stars list. Our attorney Laura Ramos James has been selected as Rising Star for 2020.
Attorney Laura Ramos James Member Of
Member of Capital Area Trial Lawyers Association - 2015 to Present
Member of Travis County Women Lawyers Association - 2018 to Present
Member of Austin Bar Association - 2020 to Present
Member of Texas Trial Lawyers Association - 2015 to Present
With a decade of legal experience, Laura has successfully handled hundreds of personal injury cases involving: auto and trucking accidents, drunk driving accidents, distracted driver accidents, commercial vehicle accidents, work injury, product liability, Texas Health Care Liability claims, sexual assault cases, complex construction accident and construction defects, catastrophic injury, wrongful death cases and more.
Recognizing her own potential and ability to truly make a difference, Laura founded Ramos James Law, PLLC, and has not looked back.
Laura takes great pride in not being your run-of-the-mill lawyer. She avoids talking to clients in “legalese” and instead chooses to have clear and open communication with them. She enjoys breaking down complicated legal concepts so that her clients can fully understand the situation and have realistic expectations about their case.
Read what her former clients say about her here.
Laura considers herself an “adopted Austinite” and during her spare time, she enjoys running outdoors with her husband, grabbing a bite around town, and spending time with their friends, as well as be their two rescue long hair Chihuahuas.