Kyle Farrar

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Kyle Wayne Farrar was born and raised in College Station, Texas. A strong supporter of his alma mater, he graduated from Texas A&M University and received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. After graduation, Mr. Farrar attended Baylor University School of Law and earned his law degree with highest honors, magna cum laude. In law school, Mr. Farrar also served as an executive editor of the Baylor Law Review.

Mr. Farrar began his legal career at Vinson & Elkins LLP, one of the largest law firms not only in the state of Texas, but also nationwide. While at Vinson & Elkins, Mr. Farrar quickly distinguished himself as an aggressive and talented attorney. He gained extensive trial experience while exclusively devoting his practice to litigation and trial work. During his tenure at Vinson & Elkins, Mr. Farrar represented numerous Fortune 500 and insurance companies in multi-million dollar lawsuits. His practice encompassed both personal injury and commercial disputes, ranging from product defects to tortious interference with a contract.

Mr. Farrar decided to leave his successful practice at V&E to co-found Farrar & Ball, LLP. He now utilizes his professional experience to focus on representing individuals, families, and businesses in complex legal disputes involving a variety of matters. His cases involve product defects, trucking accidents, medical professional liability, contract disputes, business dealings, workplace accidents, premises liability and cases involving the general negligence of others.

Mr. Farrar is a published author concerning subject areas in which he routinely offers legal representation.

Mr. Farrar lives in Houston with his wife, Anissa, his sons, Cooper and Gage and his daughter Ellory.

  • Bachelor of Science, Psychology, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
  • Juris Doctorate, Baylor University School of Law, Waco, Texas
  • Admitted to practice in all Texas state courts
  • Admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court, Southern, Northern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas.
  • Chapter 95 Civil Practice and Remedies Code: Owning Commercial Property in a Tort Reformed Texas;” The American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, Committee on Energy Litigation Newsletter, Summer 2004, Co-Author.
  • “Products Liability: An Update on the Law;”  Continuing Education Advanced Personal Injury Law
    Presentation, 2003, Co-Author.
  • Updating Current Trends in Business Litigation in 2001;” Continuing Education Seminar, 2001, Co-Author.
  • Texas Super Lawyers, 2014-2015, Thomson Reuters
  • Texas Rising Stars, 2009-2014, Thomson Reuters
  • The National Trial Lawyers, Top 40 Under 40
  • Summa Cum Laude, Baylor University School of Law
  • Executive Editor, Baylor Law Review
  • Dean’s List, Baylor University School of Law
  • Order of Barristers, Baylor University School of Law
  • Dean’s List, Texas A&M University
Professional Activities & Affiliations
  • Texas Trial Lawyers Association
  • Houston Trial Lawyers Association
  • Texas Bar Association
  • Houston Bar Association

Video & Visuals

Tire Demo without Nylon Wedge

This video animation demonstrates how steel belts inside a tire without a nylon wedge can generate dangerous amounts of friction. Learn More

Michelin Tire Recommendations

Corporate tire industry video documents safety concerns when two new tires are mounted on back of vehicle. Learn More

Tire Demo with Belt Wedge

This demonstrative evidence video animation is used to show jurors the components of a tire and illustrates how tires without “belt wedges” can generate dangerous friction between the steel belts. Learn More

Modern Tire Diagram

This demonstrative evidence image shows a cross section of a modern tire with liners, belts, nylon overlay and undertread. Learn More

Replacing Tires Guidelines

Corporate tire industry video explains safety and performance issues when only two tires are replaced on a vehicle, and how vehicle handling is affected by placement of tires. Learn More

Tread Separation Test

Video created by Carr Engineering Inc. to document a tread separation test with a Ford Explorer. Test shows that even an expert driver with knowledge that a tread separation event is imminent still cannot maintain control of the vehicle. Learn More

Tire Demo with Nylon Over Wrap

A video animation used as demonstrative evidence to illustrate for jurors the components of a tire, including belts, liners and tread base. This animation demonstrates how two belt liners rubbing together can create friction that leads to tire failure. Learn More

Ford Explorer Crash Testing

Short video documenting an SUV on a test track flipping and rolling, then crashing into a guard rail. Learn More

Nylon Safety Strips

Demonstrative evidence illustration used to explain to jurors the components of a tire designed with nylon safety strips in addition to steel belts. Learn More

Nylon Safety Belt

Side-by-side demonstrative evidence used to explain to jurors the differences between a cap ply tire with a nylon safety belt compared to a traditional steel-belted tire. Learn More

Mercury Mountaineer Tire Testing

Demonstrative evidence showing three different camera angles of a 2001 Mercury Moutaineer performing a controlled maneuver with a defective tire. Learn More

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