Anjel Avant, Attorney
Anjel is board certified and has practiced almost exclusively in personal injury litigation since graduating from St. Mary's School of Law in 1991 and has first-chaired more than 150 jury trials to verdict. Before coming to Miller Curtis & Weisbrod, Anjel developed and managed the litigation department of another highly successful personal injury law firm and participated in all types of personal injury cases involving severe injuries and wrongful deaths caused by defective products, premise defects, vehicular collisions, and medical negligence.
Outside her regular practice, Anjel has served on various committees with the Dallas Bar Association, and has enjoyed coaching and judging high school mock trial competitions, mentoring at-risk high school students, and has appeared as a speaker on various injury-related topics to Dallas clubs and committees throughout Dallas and Collin County. Additionally, Anjel has hosted law students and lawyers from foreign countries through a program designed to introduce our civil justice system to representatives of foreign legal communities. She is a member of the American Bar Association, Texas Trial Lawyer's Association, Dallas Bar Association, Dallas Trial Lawyer's Association, and a national member of the Order of Barrister's.
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