Susan Anderson, who is assigned to our Toxic Torts Section, came to work at the firm in January of 2013. She works closely with lawyers in the Section to assisting our clients who are recovering damages resulting rom the BP Oil Spill. Susan has daily contact with the Deepwater Horizon Claim Center and also with our clients to make sure the Claim Center requests are understood and the imposed deadlines met. This is very important work and requires dedication to the process. Susan is working hard and doing a very good job.
Susan previously lived in the Daphne/Fairhope area of Baldwin County, Ala., for 15 years. She moved to Montgomery when she re-married two years ago. Susan has a son and three grandchildren who live in Mobile, and a daughter from Daphne, who is set to give birth this month. Another son and grandson live in the Baton Rouge, La., area.
Susan worked for more than 20 years in accounting and financing and has now worked seven years as a Certified Paralegal. She graduated from Lee High School in Montgomery and spent six years in the Air Force, with four of those years in Anchorage, Alaska. Susan lived there for 13 years after separating from the service. She worked as Regional Credit Manager for a Tractor/Equipment company, and opened and successfully ran her own coffee shop in Daphne, Ala., before obtaining her Paralegal Certification from Faulkner Community College. Susan picked up sewing about a year ago and loves to make custom pillows. She says she has always enjoyed a good mystery/crime novel, cooking, and Jazzercise. We are most fortunate to have Susan with the firm.
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