Attorney Lindsey Beaty
Lindsey Beaty believes in holding individuals and companies accountable for negligence. She has dedicated her practice to helping families rebuild their lives by ensuring that corporations are forced to take responsibility for conduct that causes harm to others. Lindsey Beaty believes in speaking truth to power—and she continues to do this for the benefit of her clients.
Helping others has been a constant theme of Lauren Beaty's life. First, she worked with underprivileged inner-city youth throughout her undergraduate studies. After graduating from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science in political science and psychology, Lindsey worked with at-risk children as a probation officer serving in the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department.
Lindsey's ability to be caring, empathetic, and relatable made her a standout probation officer among her peers, and she was soon promoted to the Intensive Supervision Unit. After serving from 2006-2013, Lindsey decided it was time to take her ability to help the community to a new level. She returned to school to pursue a law degree at South Texas College of Law.
While attending law school, Lindsey reinforced what she was learning by working at various law firms. At these firms, she gained experience with mass tort, property law, and personal injury cases. When Lindsey found herself at Arnold & Itkin during her last year of school, she found a role on the Risperdal team. Here, she used her tenacity and passion for fighting for the young men left deformed by Johnson & Johnson's harmful drug.
Lindsey's experience with case management gave her a unique ability to resolve issues clients were experiencing. By caring about a client and their case personally, Lindsey showed she has what it takes to go the distance for them. Lindsey joined Arnold & Itkin as an attorney shortly after being admitted to the Texas Bar.
With her background as a probation officer, Lindsey saw the importance of treating people fairly. She knows that people from every type of background, education, and socioeconomic status deserve justice. Lindsey is determined to show this by providing the best possible service and results for every single client.
When she isn't helping her community and clients, Lindsey creates music at home and explores beaches with her family.
- University of Houston, B.S.
- South Texas College of Law, J.D.
- State Bar of Texas
- The National Black Lawyers Top 40 Under 40