Kendall Dunson was recently named a shareholder in the firm.
Kendall is a graduate of the University of Alabama Law School and is licensed to practice in Alabama and Georgia. He participates in numerous legal and community organizations, including a task force charged with reconfiguring Alabama’s method of rendering legal services to the state’s underprivileged population. Kendall is a charter member of the 100 Black Men of Birmingham.
Before coming to work at Beasley, Allen, Kendall worked for a prominent defense firm for two and a half years in its Litigation section. At Beasley, Allen, he practices in the areas of Product Liability, General Personal Injury, and Workers Compensation cases involving defective industrial machinery. Kendall has worked on numerous cases aimed at compensating clients for human losses and influencing corporations to manufacture safer products. Kendall was a member of the trial team that prosecuted a wrongful death case against a corporate defendant resulting in a $2,500,000.00 verdict, the largest jUry verdict in Selma, Alabama. The suit also influenced the corporate defendant to outfit its entire fleet of trucks with audible backup alarms.
Kendall regularly takes time from the busy practice of law to speak to high school and grade school students about the law, college, and life in general. He is a member of East Side Baptist Church in LaGrange and attends First Baptist Church in Montgomery.