Jere Beasley talks about the firm’s mission

Jere Beasley, Principal & Founder of the Beasley Allen Law Firm, says it is a priority to give a voice to those who would otherwise not have an opportunity to be heard. He established the law firm in 1979 with the mission of “helping those who need it most.” Mr. Beasley and the other lawyers at the firm advocate on behalf of individuals who have been injured or abused by corporate giants, and who are the victims of fraud or negligence. The civil justice system provides an equal playing field for everyone under the law.


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