Over $32 Billion in Verdicts & Settlements

Beasley Allen is one of the country’s leading civil litigation firms, holding several national records for verdicts and settlements that have impacted both industries and the public. For more on our latest victories and settlements, please see below.

Celebrating 45 Years of Beasley Allen

In 1979, Jere Locke Beasley, former Alabama lieutenant governor, decided to leave politics and return to law practice. He founded what is known today as Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C., or the Beasley Allen Law Firm.

For 45 years, our firm has been at the forefront of driving change, keeping in line with Jere’s unwavering mission of “helping those who need it most.”

We have never stopped working to bring our clients the justice they rightfully deserve. We can work for you, too. With physical locations across the South and attorneys who practice nationwide, we can serve you from anywhere. 


Meet Our Attorneys

Beasley Allen Law Firm’s experienced attorneys are leaders in complex litigation in courtrooms around the U.S., including state and federal courts. Taking on powerful corporate interests in the name of consumer and worker health and safety, our attorneys’ work has positioned the firm at the forefront of plaintiff litigation. Beasley Allen’s award-winning attorneys represent plaintiffs and claimants in the following areas: Business Litigation, Class ActionsConsumer ProtectionEmployment LawMedical Devices, Medication, Personal Injury, Product Liability, Toxic Exposure and Whistleblower. If you need an experienced lawyer, call us today!

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