In following the Beasley Allen tradition of helping those who need it most, we are working on claims of auto products liability, on-the-job products, truck accidents, negligent security and mesothelioma. With more than 40 years of experience in catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases, we are well equipped to handle cases at home in Montgomery, in our Dallas office, in our Atlanta office, and in our Mobile office. We are committed to our mission, and testimonials from our clients reflect that.
Our clients have found relief and resolution working with us. There is nothing like knowing that your issues are important and, even more so, able to be resolved. From large class action suits to small personal cases, Beasley Allen is here to help.
Client Story: Colin Lacy
A Mobile, Ala., jury returned an $18.79 million verdict in favor of Plaintiff Colin Lacy in a case against Empire Truck Sales, LLC of Mobile, Ala., and IMMI of Westfiled, Ind. 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, Fla. Mr. Lacy was represented by Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis and Miles, P.C. Principal & Lead Products Liability Attorney J. Greg Allen; attorneys Mike Andrews, Kendall Dunson, and Stephanie Monplaisir; and co-counsel Charlie Potts of Briskman & Binion, P.C. in Mobile.
Client Story: Deborah Giannecchini
You wouldn’t expect to hear a woman describing any part of her battle with ovarian cancer as “…one of the best experiences I’ve ever had in my life.” But those are the words used by Deborah Giannecchini as she reflects on taking on consumer health care products giant Johnson & Johnson in court. Diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2012 at age 59, Ms. G – as she is affectionately called by Beasley Allen lawyers and staff – was shocked to learn about the link between talcum powder used for feminine hygiene and the often deadly cancer. She was eager to speak out about her fight, hoping to be an advocate to raise awareness and prevent other women from sharing her fate. By going to trial, she says, “I felt like I was doing something maybe for the good of bringing information to women who needed to know about the effects of talcum powder and ovarian cancer.” Her trial team, she says, “helped me do that.”