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His clients and colleagues know, Trek sends more e-mails before 5:00 a.m. than some lawyers send all day. The coffee maker can barely keep up.

Professionally, Trek has successfully litigated personal injury and commercial cases for over 20 years since he graduated from University of Texas School of Law with honors. Trek has represented individuals as well as national retailers, insurers, major domestic and foreign automobile, tire and other product manufacturers. Back in the day, Trek even represented citizens of this great country who had been falsely accused of criminal acts (but now that generally only happens when the federal court “asks”).

Trek's clients include Fortune 100 retailers and he has developed sophisticated strategies for handling personal injury claims filed by employees of companies who do not subscribe (i.e., "nonsubscribers") to Texas workers' compensation. Trek regularly advises employers on the interpretation of occupational plans and defends ERISA and other employment-related discrimination claims.

Prior to founding Doyle & Seelbach PLLC, Trek worked as a litigation partner at Winstead PC, one of the largest law firms in Texas. Trek lives in Austin, Texas with his wife, Kristen, and son, Cason. Trek used to pride himself on keeping in shape and finished numerous endurance events including a marathon, a century ride, and a half-iron triathlon to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Then in 2015, Trek opened his own law firm with Karl Seelbach. Now, Trek practices law more than ever and walks his two willful but wonderful dogs.