Montgomery based law firm Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C., has named Andrew E. Brashier as a new Principal. Andrew works in the firm’s Consumer Fraud Section.
“Andrew is a talented attorney with legal experience and talent beyond his years. I am confident we will continue to watch Andrew grow in his practice working to fulfill our mission of ‘helping those who need it most,’” said Beasley Allen Principal & Managing Attorney Tom Methvin.
Andrew joined the firm in September 2010 and has focused primarily on consumer class actions along with qui tam litigation under the False Claims Act. He has also represented whistleblowers through the IRS, SEC and Department of Transportation/NHTSA whistleblower programs. His class action practice includes representing consumers and financial institutions harmed by the Target, Home Depot, and Community Health Systems data breaches along with consumers who own defective automobiles. Andrew regularly litigates on behalf of insurance policyholders who have experienced a claim denial from their insurer or a substantial increase to their cost of insurance or monthly deductions.
Andrew is a member of the Alabama State Bar Young Lawyers Section and the Alabama Association for Justice Emerging Leaders Section. Additionally, Andrew is a member of Taxpayers Against Fraud (TAF), a non-profit advocate for whistleblowers; the American Association for Justice, where he is a member of the New Lawyers Division; the Montgomery County Bar Association, and the Vice-President for the Federal Bar Association – Montgomery Chapter. He has earned a Martindale-Hubbell AV rating.
Andrew regularly volunteers and does pro bono work through the Middle District of Alabama Pro Se Assistance Program and is a member of the Montgomery County Bar Association Foundation’s Volunteer Lawyer Service Program. The National Trial Lawyers recently named him to the Alabama Top 40 Under 40 list.
While attending Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law, Andrew served as the Articles Editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy and participated on the Cumberland National Trial Team, Henry Upson Sims Moot Court Board, Honor Court Justice, and Trial Advocacy Board as the Client Counseling Competition Director.
Andrew and his family reside in Prattville, and attend Christ the King Anglican Church. Andrew volunteers as the Chancellor for the Anglican Church in North America’s Jurisdiction of the Armed Forces and Chaplaincy and is a Governance Task Force member with the Anglican Church in North America. Andrew also serves as Vice-President for the Autauga Interfaith Care Center, and is a member of the Advisory Board of Directors for Catholic Social Services of Montgomery.