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We have secured more than $28 billion in verdicts and settlements.

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$142 Million Award from California HRT Class Action to Support Research to Improve Women’s Health

September 14, 2021

The Beasley Allen Firm is pleased to announce their involvement in an exciting program that will fund cutting-edge research at six prestigious California medical institutions.  Over $142 million in residual funds from a California HRT Class Action settlement have been awarded to Scripps Health – MD Anderson, San Diego, the University of California, Davis, the […]

Andy Birchfield, Mass Torts Lawyer
Leigh O'Dell
David Byrne
Beasley Allen Law Firm - Best Lawyers 2022

Best Lawyers Recognizes Beasley Allen Lawyers as Among the Best in America

August 26, 2021

Best Lawyers, the oldest and most respected peer-reviewed publication in the legal profession, recognized 28 Beasley Allen attorneys for their outstanding professional excellence in private practice for 2022. Twenty-four Beasley Allen attorneys are among The Best Lawyers In America 2022: * denotes first-time recipients of the award Alyssa Baskam* Anthony Dow Birchfield, Jr. Benjamin E. […]

Jere Beasley, Founding lawyer
Greg Allen, Product Liability lawyer
Tom Methvin, Beasley Allen Managing Partner
Dee Miles, Consumer Fraud Section Head
Toxic Exposure Lawyer Rhon Jones
Frank Woodson, Beasley Allen Mobile Lawyer
Chris Glover, Atlanta Lawyer
Personal Injury Lawyer Michael Crow
Personal Injury Lawyer Graham Esdale
Personal Injury Lawyer Kendall Dunson
LaBarron Boone, Personal Injury Lawyer
Larry Golston, Business Litigation Lawyer
Navan Ward
Leigh O'Dell
Parker Miller, Beasley Allen Attorney
Beasley Allen Attorney Rob Register
Alyssa Baskam, Atlanta Personal Injury Lawyer
Gibson Vance, Beasley Allen Lawyer
Thomas Willingham, Personal Injury Lawyer
Ben Baker, Personal Injury Lawyer
Personal Injury Lawyer Ben Locklar
Talcum Powder Lawyer Brittany Scott
David Byrne
Medical Devices Lawyer Roger Smith
Toxic Exposure Lawyer Ryan Kral
Personal Injury Lawyer Stephanie Monplaisir
Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder

Ovarian Cancer Victims Ask Court to Block J&J’s Bankruptcy Plan

August 25, 2021

Attorneys for thousands of women diagnosed with ovarian cancer after decades of exposure to Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder products are seeking a temporary restraining order and permanent injunction to prevent J&J, or any of its corporate affiliates, from transferring assets to a subsidiary and plunging it into bankruptcy. The company has not denied that […]

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Beasley Allen Files Federal Lawsuit for Widow Over Worker’s Wrongful Death

August 04, 2021

Beasley Allen lawyer Mike Andrews has filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of Katrina Falconer, whose husband, Eugene, suffered a wrongful death on the job due to injuries caused by a defective tarping system created by defendants, including Wastequip Manufacturing Company, LLC. The firm’s Parker Miller also represents the family. “Mr. Falconer suffered in a […]

Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder

Beasley Allen Applauds the National Council of Negro Women Joining the Fight Against Johnson & Johnson

July 27, 2021

Beasley Allen lawyers have been leading the litigation representing thousands of women who developed ovarian cancer after using Johnson & Johnson talcum powder for feminine hygiene. Some juries have found this product contains asbestos. “I am proud of our lawyers who have worked tirelessly on behalf of women who are fighting or lost their fight […]

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