Beasley Allen joined the legal community in Mobile, Alabama, in January 2021, opening our first office there. Two lawyers from the Montgomery office, Principals Frank Woodson and Evan Allen are heading up the new location. They are excited about this opportunity to move to the area and grow the firm in Mobile. As we join the coastal community, we look forward to building relationships with co-counsel in the area.
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Beasley Allen has more than 80 attorneys and 250 support staff dedicated to the firm’s mission of “helping those who need it most.” We are equipped to handle cases against corporations and others who place profits or their own well-being over the safety of the others. The firm has handled cases resulting in significant verdicts and settlements and has a national reputation for being at the forefront of Consumer Litigation.

Personal Injury Lawyers: Helping Those Who Need It Most

With more than 40 years of experience in catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases, our personal injury attorneys are handling product liability cases and truck accident cases, as well as cases involving maritime law. Additionally, our Mobile law office is handling cases involving mesothelioma as a result of asbestos exposure.
Our Mobile lawyers cover cases including:

Beasley Allen lawyers also handle a variety of other cases. Take a moment to review the full list of what we are working on now.

Personal Injury Mobile Case Spotlights

Beasley Allen’s Mobile case has profound effect on Dram Shop Law in Alabama

Recently we received both clarity and justice in a case our firm tried in Mobile County, Alabama. During the course of the litigation in this case, the Alabama Supreme Court issued an opinion that changed the landscape of Alabama Dram Shop Law.

We wrote about the result in the November issue of The Jere Beasley Report. Clarity on the law was first received from the Alabama Supreme Court and, subsequently, justice was obtained for our clients in the case that involved the death of a loved one. The case was settled at the conclusion of trial just before the jury delivered a $12.4 million verdict for the Plaintiff.

Liability in this case was based on what is known as a Dram Shop Act. The three main holdings from the Alabama Supreme Court are:

  • circumstantial evidence can be used to establish visible intoxication,
  • a death claim can be brought under the Dram Shop and the decedent is entitled to compensatory and punitive damages, and
  • the parties are entitled to punitive damages if they prove their claim without having to prove a heightened standard of conduct or a heightened burden of proof.

The practical effect this has on Dram Shop Law in Alabama is momentous. As an example, before this opinion, Defendants would argue the Dram Shop Act was a strict liability statute and the only issue was whether the Defendant sold alcohol to a person who was visibly intoxicated. Defendants would argue its policies, procedures and training were not relevant to whether a person was visibly intoxicated when served. Our Mobile case has changed all of that.

Colin Lacy describes Beasley Allen as a ‘winning team’ after $18.79 million verdict in truck accident case

In March 2015, a Mobile, Alabama, jury returned an $18.79 million verdict in favor of Plaintiff Colin Lacy in a case against Empire Truck Sales, LLC of Mobile, and IMMI of Westfield, Indiana. The verdict included $13.79 million in compensatory damages and an additional $5 million in punitive damages. Mr. Lacy was paralyzed when the Freightliner truck he was driving went out of control around 2:30 p.m. on July 14, 2011, on Interstate 10 near Niceville, Florida. The complaint alleged that Mr. Lacy complained to the company, on that day, that the truck had a vibration in the suspension. As it turns out, Empire Truck Sales, LLC had recently serviced the vehicle and caused the defect in the truck by leaving the lateral control rod detached. Empire also caused a defect in the brake system at the time of service. Colin Lacy’s spine was severed at the T-10 level and he spent more than two months in the hospital following the accident. Mr. Lacy will spend the rest of his life in a wheelchair.


Colin described how attorney Greg Allen, the Beasley Allen trial team and staff helped him and his family cope with the debilitating injuries he sustained in a preventable truck accident. He said his “team” walked with them through every step of the case, ultimately taking it to trial and securing a multimillion-dollar verdict that has provided peace of mind by aiding in his recovery.

Referring Attorney Relationship – Work With Us

Beasley Allen has a long relationship with referring and co-counsel attorneys nationwide and are happy to talk with you about your case. Work with a firm that has a proven track record of handling cases involving catastrophic injury or death, and wrongful conduct.

Our personal injury lawyers have worked with other attorneys throughout the country on important litigation that made a real difference not only to our clients, but to the public through increased safety.

Our lawyers in Mobile, Alabama, are prepared to handle all aspects of a civil lawsuit on behalf of plaintiffs. This includes the initial investigation of a claim, drafting and filing a complaint, conducting pre-trial discovery that may include interviewing a number of witnesses and reviewing documents related to the case, and pleading the case at trial or working with other lawyers and judges on a settlement agreement.

Our support staff includes full-time nurses, expert computer specialists, paralegals and experienced legal secretaries and assistants.

We have a team of investigators who physically visit the scene of an accident or workplace injury and examine vehicles or other machinery that was involved in the client’s injury. They collect and preserve evidence we may need to use during the course of a trial.

We operate a comprehensive in-house trial presentation department that includes capabilities for 3-D graphic renderings and the latest imaging technology.

Contact us today to discuss your potential case.

Mobile Attorneys

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Frank Woodson – Products Liability Lawyer

Frank Woodson has practiced with Beasley Allen Law Firm since 2001. Before joining our firm in Montgomery, Frank practiced in Mobile for 17 years, and is looking forward to “returning home” to lead our Mobile office. Frank has been a member of the Mobile Bar Association since 1984 serving as President of the Young Lawyers section and on the Executive Committee. Frank served as a board member of the Alabama Association for Justice since 2005 and as an officer for seven years culminating in serving as President in 2017-18. Frank was selected in 2017 to join the International Society of Barristers, an invitation-only society dedicated to the ideals of trial by jury, the adversary system and a free and independent judiciary. In addition, he has been regularly selected for inclusion in the Best Lawyers in America list since 2016 and the Midsouth Super Lawyers list since 2018. While in Montgomery, Frank was appointed as a leader in national multidistrict litigation (MDL) in such notable cases as Vioxx, Bextra and Celebrex, and Lipitor as well as in the current Zantac cancer litigation.

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Evan Allen – Personal Injury Lawyer

Evan joined Beasley Allen Law Firm full-time in 2012. He works in the firm’s Personal Injury Section, primarily handling on-the-job product liability cases. As an experienced personal injury lawyer, Evan has handled and settled many cases involving defective machine design, inadequate guarding and the removal of safety devices. Most recently, Evan was the lead attorney in a case for an injured machine operator who received a $774,000 verdict after five days of trial. In 2016, Evan and Beasley Allen personal injury lawyer Kendall Dunson secured a $500,000 verdict on behalf of an injured furnace operator. Evan was selected to the 2020 Midsouth Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” list. The distinction recognizes the top up-and-coming attorneys – those who are 40 years old or younger, or who have been practicing 10 years or less. The Alabama lawyer volunteers his time and has been very active in the Montgomery County Volunteer Lawyer Program, receiving the 2016 and 2017 Medal of the Samaritan in recognition of his outstanding pro bono legal services.

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Matt Griffith – Personal Injury Lawyer

Matt joined the Beasley Allen Mobile office in January 2021. Before joining the firm, Matt has been involved in high-stakes commercial litigation, representing both Plaintiffs and Defendants, across the Gulf Coast and eastern seaboard. He also has handled numerous lawsuits involving environmental and toxic exposure issues ranging from solid waste landfills to reclaimed dump pits, and cases involving the Clean Water Act and RCRA. Matt will be continuing his practice in the area of Toxic Torts at Beasley Allen, with a focus on water contamination cases and the opioid litigation on behalf of cities, states and municipalities nationwide.

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Chuck South – Mass Torts Lawyer

Chuck South is a founding partner of Coastal Law, a firm in Foley, Alabama. His firm has handled a variety of cases including criminal defense and family law matters. Chuck is working with the firm’s Mass Torts Section, helping the JUUL litigation team represent individuals who have suffered injuries related to the use of JUUL vaping devices and other similar vaping products. Chuck also is helping represent school districts and other public and private entities who have been impacted by the national youth vaping epidemic.

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Skylar Sawyer- Mass Torts Lawyer

Skylar Sawyer is an attorney in the firm’s Mobile office where she is a member of the Mass Torts Section. Skylar is part of the litigation team investigating claims by Zantac users who developed certain types of cancers after taking the drug including liver, bladder, stomach, colon, kidney and pancreatic cancer. Before joining Beasley Allen, Skylar served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Baldwin County District Attorney’s Office. She also worked for another civil law firm handling personal injury and insurance litigation.

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