Mike Crow, a lawyer in our Personal Injury Section, primarily handles car and truck litigation and premise liability cases. He has a special interest in brain injury cases. Mike is a graduate of Auburn University Montgomery, where he earned a B.S. in 1978 and M.S. in 1980. He graduated from Jones School of Law in 1986, where he earned his J.D. In 1987, Mike started to work with our firm, which at the time was Beasley & Wilson, during his second year of law school. At that time Mike did a little bit of everything, including working as a law clerk. There were then eight lawyers in our office, which at the time was located in a house on Hull Street. We did not operate in Sections as we do now.
After Mike passed the bar, he became a lawyer with the firm. Over the years, Mike has been successful in litigating against the “Big Box Stores,” including Wal-Mart, Home Depot and others. As a result, he has a wealth of knowledge of their practices and procedures. Mike also has handled several cases against a local School Board for section 1983 violations and Title IX violations. These cases range from young female students being sexually assaulted by a substitute teacher to the local school board failing to have and implement a Title IX policy. Mike says this about his work:
What I like best about practicing law is how each case is different and how each case brings different challenges. When I am able to win a case for someone, I hope that I have helped someone who needed help.
Mike currently serves as co-chair of the Montgomery County Bar Association grievance committee. He has served on the committee for the past 11 years. In 2009, he was appointed to serve on the Alabama State Bar committee Disciplinary Commission. He is a member of the American Association for Justice, the Interstate Trucking Litigation Group, and the Plaintiffs Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America.
Mike also serves on the Jimmy Hitchcock Committee which annually selects an outstanding Christian student athlete from the local community. Mike is on the Executive Committee of the Auburn University at Montgomery Basketball Booster Club, which is responsible for raising funds for the basketball program. He is a former player. Mike is also an active member of the Frazer United Methodist Church, where he has been appointed to serve on the Board of Stewards.
Mike is married to the former Marla Taylor and they have two children, Cade, who is 11 and Carson Ann who is ten. The Crow family has hosted Julie Verdy, a foreign exchange student from France, for the past two years. Julie, a Junior at AUM on a tennis scholarship, hopes to remain in the U.S. to continue her studies after graduation. The Crows consider Julie a part of their family. Mike says his children “have pretty much adopted Julie as a big sister.”
In his “down time,” Mike enjoys cycling, riding 15-20 miles about four times a week. He also is avid waterfowl hunter. Mike enjoys competing in Retriever Field Trials with his three Labradors throughout the country and serves as a judge at these events two or three times a year. Mike is a very good lawyer and an even better person. He is a credit to the firm and we are blessed to have him with us.
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