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Fifteen Beasley Allen Lawyers Named to Lawdragon 500

Fifteen Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C. attorneys have been selected to the 2022 Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers list.

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Those named to this prestigious list are Jere Beasley, Founding Attorney; Greg Allen, Lead Products Liability Attorney; Tom Methvin, Managing Attorney; Cole Portis, Personal Injury Section Head; Dee Miles, Consumer Fraud Section Head; Chris Glover, Managing Attorney – Atlanta; Andy Birchfield, Mass Torts Section Head; Rhon Jones, Toxic Torts Section Head; LaBarron Boone; Leigh O’Dell; Kendall Dunson; Larry Golston; Ted Meadows; Navan Ward, Jr.; and Graham Esdale.

Recognition by Lawdragon 500 is an honor as it stands as one of the most respected groups in the profession. Recipients of this honor are determined by editorial staff research of top verdicts and settlements and one-on-one interviews with attorneys across the nation.

The Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers consists of attorneys representing individuals who have suffered injuries from accidents, pharmaceuticals, civil rights abuse, and other torts. These attorneys bring cases as individual matters as well as in class actions.

Lawdragon also once again recognized the lawyers included in its Lawdragon Hall of Fame, including Beasley Allen Founding Attorney Jere Beasley and Greg Allen, the firm’s Lead Product Liability lawyer. The Hall of Fame includes more than 100 lawyers the organization honors for their “collective centuries pursuing justice.”

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