Grant is a member of the Beasley Allen Law Firm’s Toxic Torts Section. In addition to litigating a variety of cases involving catastrophic injury and death, Grant has represented governmental entities and businesses both large and small in significant economic damage cases.
Grant is currently litigating cases on behalf of cancer victims with occupational and environmental exposure to benzene. He also represents water systems against companies that have polluted drinking water sources with perfluorinated chemicals.
Grant represented local governments, business owners, and individuals across the Gulf Coast to recover damages they suffered as a result of the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Ultimately, he recovered tens of millions of dollars on behalf of his clients in the litigation.
Previously, Grant also represented trucking businesses in the Hot Fuel multi-district litigation against oil companies which resulted in more than $20 million in settlements.
Grant graduated from Harvard Law School in 2010.
Prior to attending law school, Grant graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Political Science from the University Honors program at the University of Tennessee in 2007.
Grant is a member of the Alabama State Bar Young Lawyer’s Section, the Montgomery County Bar Association, the Montgomery Volunteer Lawyers Program, the Middle District of Alabama’s Pro Se Assistance Program, and the New York State Bar Association. In 2017, Grant was awarded the Pro Bono Service Certificate of Appreciation by the Montgomery Volunteer Lawyers Program.
During law school, Grant worked as a legal intern with the American Federation of Government Employees, where he assisted HUD employees with grievance filings, disciplinary proceedings and midterm bargaining negotiations. He also worked as a summer associate for the Manhattan office of Bingham McCutchen LLP, where he focused on securities litigation and international discovery issues. Grant joined Beasley Allen in 2010 as a member of the firm’s Toxic Torts Section.
In addition to his pro bono legal work, Grant volunteers as a mentor with the University of Tennessee Alumni Association, and as a volunteer with the Elmore County Humane Society and the Montgomery Area Food Bank.