Charley M. Drummond joined Webster Henry of counsel in January 2024, bringing approximately 15 years’ experience regularly defending employers and insurers in workers’ compensation cases throughout Alabama. Mr. Drummond has extensive experience representing employers in regard to all kinds of occupational injury and illness claims. He has unique experience representing clients involved in complex multi-party litigation where the workers’ compensation carrier’s rights to reimbursement are at stake. Mr. Drummond has extensive experience working in the automobile manufacturing, interstate trucking, food processing, construction, and mining industries, which gives him a unique perspective when representing clients in those industries. Mr. Drummond is a recent Past-President of both The Alabama State Bar Workers’ Compensation Section and The American Bar Association’s Workers’ Compensation Committee. He is a member of The Alabama Workers’ Compensation Organization (AWCO), Montgomery Claims Association (MCA), and The Birmingham Bar Association.
In addition to his workers’ compensation-centered practice, Mr. Drummond is experienced in litigating Occupational Accident Policy (OAP), Owner Controlled Insurance Policy (OCIP), and general insurance coverage disputes. A portion of his practice is also devoted to serving as outside counsel to several companies within Alabama, where he utilizes his unique experience in representing his clients in OSHA and FMCSA compliance matters, contractual disputes, and general employment matters.
Mr. Drummond holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from The University of Alabama, and a Juris Doctor Degree from Birmingham School of Law, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. He is a former adjunct professor of Alabama Workers’ Compensation Law at Birmingham School of Law, and he is a frequent presenter at seminars for claims adjusters, risk managers, attorneys, and judges. Outside of work, Charley enjoys spending time with his two sons, Will and Jett, and performing volunteer work with Muscular Dystrophy Association of Alabama.