Glover has dedicated his practice to protecting the rights of survivors of catastrophic personal injury and victims of wrongful death
MONTGOMERY, ALA. (October 13, 2009) – Montgomery based law firm Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C., one of the country’s leading firms involved in civil litigation on behalf of claimants, has named lawyer Chris Glover as its newest shareholder. Glover, who practices in the firm’s Personal Injury Section, has dedicated his career to representing injured individuals and their families in a wide range of serious injury and death claims, including those that were a result of defective products, car, commercial truck and workplace accidents.
Glover graduated from Cumberland School of Law and practiced in Birmingham, Ala., for a number of years before joining Beasley Allen in 2008. He has been recognized by his peers as a leader and has been elected as a leader in many professional associations including the Chair of the American Association for Justice New Lawyer’s Division, Chair of the Emerging Leader’s Division of the Alabama Association for Justice, and Officer of the Southern Trial Lawyer’s Association.
“I consider the privilege of being named a shareholder in this firm to be one of my greatest professional honors,” Glover says. “The lawyers at Beasley Allen are the best in the world at representing those who have been harmed by the wrongdoing of others. The opportunity to work alongside those lawyers on a daily basis is extremely rewarding. God has blessed me and my family. I look forward to being used to be a blessing to my clients and my firm through hard work and dedication to the pursuit of justice in our courts.”
Glover is married to the former Erin Henley and they have two children, Kaitlyn and Andrew. Chris is active in church, civic and charitable organizations, including serving as a deacon and Sunday school teacher at his church for a number of years.