Rick Stratton, a lawyer in Beasley Allen’s Toxic Torts Section, has been with the firm since 2010. He has spent more than 30 years of his life dedicated to a civil litigation practice in state and federal courts in Alabama and throughout the South. Rick’s legal experience encompasses a broad range of litigation, including products liability, bad-faith insurance, workplace safety, environmental, toxic torts, civil rights, commercial and vaccine claims.
As a graduate of Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law, Rick has always believed in helping “ordinary folks” who have become victims of wrongdoing and abuse. Rick thanks the many great mentors he has had throughout his life, including his father who was a rural doctor, for his becoming an advocate for the average citizen. This advocacy has become Rick’s favorite part of practicing law.
Rick strongly believes that Beasley Allen shares his conviction of helping average folks, sometimes against long odds. He says that Beasley Allen truly follows our firm’s slogan of “helping those who need it most” both in our practice of law and our community involvement. Rick is active with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Birmingham and is a frequent Continuing Legal Education lecturer. He is married to Sharon Wall Stratton and they have two grown children and three grandchildren.
Rick is a very good lawyer who truly believes in what he does. He is a tremendous asset to Beasley Allen. We are most fortunate to have Rick with us.
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