Lindsey Beaty is an attorney who believes in holding those who cause people harm accountable for their actions. She seeks to help those who have had their lives destroyed pick up the pieces through jury trials or restorative settlements. When negligence harms people, Lindsey will be there to make sure justice prevails. As a lawyer and community member, she uses the power of truth as a tool to help her clients.
Lindsey started helping others when she was an undergraduate at the University of Houston. During this time, she worked with underprivileged inner-city youth. When she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in 2006, she continued serving her community by taking a job as a probation officer at the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department. Lindsey’s ability to help others compassionately eventually set her apart from her peers, so she earned a promotion to the Intensive Supervision Unit. Eventually, Lindsey felt driven to serve her community further and enrolled at the South Texas College of Law.
Lindsey worked at multiple law firms while attending school, so she reinforced her learning with experience. During this time, she sharpened her skills in mass tort, property law, and personal injury cases. She found her calling at Arnold & Itkin when she joined the firm’s Risperdal team in her last year of law school. On this team, she used her passion for helping others by fighting for the young men that were deformed by this harmful drug. She was proud to use her case management skills from her first career to provide excellent client service.
After being admitted to the Texas Bar in early 2018, Lindsey joined Arnold & Itkin as an attorney. Here, she is on a mission to ensure that every client is treated fairly, regardless of a client’s background, education, or socioeconomic status.
“Representing plaintiffs is about more than knowing the law. It’s about having drive—the internal engine that pushes us to pour all of our resources, time, and effort into a case. Drive is what sets Arnold & Itkin apart—and why we’ve been able to rebuild thousands of lives scarred by tragic accidents.”
- University of Houston, B.S.
- South Texas College of Law, J.D.
- State Bar of Texas
When she is not seeking justice for clients and her community, Lindsey creates music in her home studio and enjoys the beach with her family.