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Alabama Law Firm Website DesignBrady, Radcliff & Brown - Mobile, Alabama Law Firm

Location: Wells Fargo Building, Suite 1600 | 61 Saint Joseph Street | Mobile, Alabama  36602


Phone: 251.405.0077

Law Firm Description:

Brady Radcliff & Brown LLP was founded on April 18, 2005. Doug Brown, Donny Radcliff and Cliff Brady were previously partners of a larger firm in Mobile, Alabama, and decided to create a firm that would provide their clients with personal attention and representation in their particular fields of expertise. In October of 2006, Tom Radcliff joined the firm as an associate and is now a partner. In February of 2008, Craig Martin, a partner with the three founding attorneys in their prior firm, joined as a partner of BRB. Each member of the firm represents clients throughout the state of Alabama on a wide variety of legal matters. The firm also has a staff of paralegals to assist the attorneys.

The goal of the lawyers and staff at Brady Radcliff & Brown LLP is to provide clients with the highest quality representation and the direct personal attention that clients deserve. In addition, the lawyers and staff at BRB believe that each client should have direct access to its lawyer at any time. The attorneys and staff at BRB are committed to ensure that their clients receive prompt, quality representation in a timely and cost effective manner.

Practice Areas:

Admiralty and Maritime Law
Insurance and General Liability Defense
Workers' Compensation and Occupational Disease
Employment Practice Defense
Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act
Product Liability Defense
Professional Liability Defense
Environmental Law Defense
Pharmaceutical, Medical, and Other Healthcare Malpractice Defense
Commercial Business and Transaction Litigation
Construction Claims and Construction Defect Litigation
Drug and Medical Device Defense
Banking Law
Commercial Transactions
Appellate Practice
General Civil Litigation
Premises Liability Defense
Certain Antitrust Matters
Title Insurance Defense

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