Ashley Veitenheimer, a senior attorney of the Firm, relies on her attention to detail and unparalleled research skills to achieve results for her clients in the insurance industry. Her focus is both on insurance coverage and insurance defense. In the coverage arena, Ashley has created a reputation as a thorough, detail-oriented, and responsive attorney. She guides her clients both by the letter of the law and by thinking outside of the box. Her insurance defense practice focuses on commercial transportation, construction, and business litigation. She has extensive experience representing interstate and intrastate trucking companies, manufacturers, employers, and construction entities from the lowest-tier subcontractor to the general contractor and owner of the premises. In all areas, she strives to respond immediately to her clients’ needs and to present them with a detailed plan of attack early in the case.
Ashley is dedicated to providing excellent service and creative approaches to her clients’ legal issues. She is a resourceful attorney, who takes a proactive approach to defending her clients in ways so as to reach the best outcome for the client, whether that be by motion practice, settlement negotiations, or trial. Her impressive writing capabilities are pivotal in large, complex cases where dispositive motions are critical to narrowing down the relevant issues at play. She prides herself on being able to find a “needle in a haystack” on any legal question or issue that may arise through diligent research, investigation, and analysis of the facts presented.
Prior to joining Kane Russell Coleman Logan, Ashley honed her litigation skills at a nationally-recognized plaintiffs’ firm where she represented clients in personal injury cases. She also has extensive experience representing defendants in products liability, premises liability, personal injury, and appellate matters. Ashley spent seven years in the defense industry serving clients such as hospitals, nursing homes, manufacturers, employers, premises owners, and more before moving to the plaintiff’s side.
Ashley is a member of the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association and the Dallas Bar Association. She is admitted to practice in all state courts in Texas, the Northern District Court, and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Ashley is an alumnus of Baylor University, where she earned both a Bachelor of Arts degree and Juris Doctor.
- “Risk Transfer in Construction: Subrogation, Indemnity and Additional Insured Provisions.” by Lawrence T. Bowman, Donald A. Waltz, Ashley Veitenheimer, Lexology (19 February 2019)
- State Bar of Texas
- Dallas Trial Lawyers Association
- Dallas Bar Association