I am pleased to report that two Beasley Allen lawyers are now leading state legal associations. Read more
Cole Portis is the 141st President of the Alabama State Bar. Read more
Cole Portis has become the 141st President of The Alabama State Bar. The Beasley Allen lawyer heads up the 17,900-member organization. Cole has served on multiple committees and task forces... Read more
Kendall Dunson and Cole Portis, lawyers in our firm, settled a very important Maritime law case last month involving one death and one personal injury. The incident giving rise to the case f... Read more
In previous issues, I have made reference to our work on behalf of the Bookout and Schwarz families in their fight for justice against Toyota in the sudden unintended acceleration lawsuit. O... Read more
Four of our lawyers were selected as finalists for the 2014 Public Justice Trial Lawyer of the Year award for our work on litigation related to Toyota sudden unintended acceleration. The nom... Read more
Ken Feinburg announced GM’s compensation fund on June 30. The fund set up by GM to compensate victims of its defective ignition switch falls far short of providing complete justice for the a... Read more
Beasley Allen lawyers have been investigating cases involving serious injuries or deaths resulting from crashes involving the 2005-2007 Chevy Cobalt, or model year 2003-2007 Pontiac G5, Satu... Read more
The first trial involving personal injury and wrongful death claims related to Toyota’s sudden unintended acceleration (SUA) problems is set for October 7th in a state court in Oklahoma City... Read more
In the most recent crash involving the military’s plagued V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft, five airmen on board an Air Force special operations CV-22 were seriously injured. Their Ospre... Read more
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