Chaile Allen was raised on her family’s cotton farm near the West Texas town of Roscoe, She is the proud great-granddaughter of Austrian immigrants who settled and established her family farm in Inadale, Texas in 1911. Her father still farms the land settled by her ancestors and her family was recognized in 2012 by the Texas Department of Agriculture for 100 years of service to Texas Agriculture.
Chaile received her Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Texas Tech University in 2006. She attended law school at Paul M. Hebert School of Law at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, graduating with a Juris Doctor and Graduate Diploma in Civil Law in 2009. Chaile and her husband Dusty, relocated to Shreveport, Louisiana soon after graduation, where she began her legal career as a law clerk for the 26th Judicial District Court, Parishes of Bossier and Webster.
Chaile became an associate with Nelson and Hammons, APLC in Shreveport, Louisiana, in June 2010, Chaile dedicated her career to providing clients with a full range of legal services related to injuries sustained as a result of the negligence of others. She has experience in effectively representing clients from the first day they contact her office until their case is settled or a judgment is entered by the court.
In January, 2015, Chaile moved back to West Texas with her husband and young son Graham. She began practicing law as an associate attorney at Whitten, Hacker, Hagin, Anderson, Allen & Self, P.C. Her time working at the Whitten law firm provided invaluable experience working with clients on a variety of civil litigation issues. She currently represents clients in all matters of civil litigation with an emphasis on construction litigation, contract disputes, oil and gas litigation and personal injury matters. Chaile is licensed to practice law in the States of Texas and Louisiana.