With heavy hearts, Webster Henry announces the passing of its shareholder, Keri Donald Simms. Keri passed away peacefully at home surrounded by loved ones. Keri joined the firm in 2012 and was an exceptional advocate for his clients. Please keep Keri’s family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Arrangements will be announced … Read More
Tamera Erskine recently obtained summary judgment on behalf of her client in a breach of contract dispute involving the attempted purchase of commercial property. After obtaining a preliminary injunction to prevent her client from being evicted from the property by the seller after the seller refused to sell the property as required by the contract, … Read More
Webster Henry is excited to announce that four lawyers — Phil Piggott, Jeannie Walston, Scott Dickens, and Andy Laird — have joined the firm, bringing with them more than a hundred years of legal experience.
Webster Henry congratulates its managing shareholder, Scott Speagle, on being invited to be a member of the Fellows of the Alabama Law Foundation.
Tamera Erskine obtained summary judgment in favor of her clients in November 2019 in Shelby County, Alabama on all claims. The plaintiffs alleged termite damages in excess of $900,000 on claims of fraud, suppression, breach of contract, negligence, wantonness and Alabama Deceptive Trade Practices Act.
Kim DeShazo and Scott Speagle obtained a defense verdict on September 11, 2019 for their client in the Circuit Court of Jefferson County in a motor vehicle accident case in which both liability for the accident and the plaintiff’s claimed damages were disputed.
At the 2019 Alabama State Bar Annual Conference, the Alabama State Bar recognized Mike Cohan for the leadership he provided as the Chair of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Alabama State Bar.
Frank Canales was selected as a panelist by the University of Alabama Culverhouse School of Law to speak at the Alabama State Bar College Minority Pre-Law Conference in Birmingham. There were in attendance thirty college students interested in becoming lawyers. Frank presented about the legal profession, life during law school, and his practice at Webster … Read More
At the Trussville City Council Meeting on April 9, 2019, Kim DeShazo was introduced as the newest member of the Trussville Board of Education. She has been appointed to a five-year term effective May 25, 2019. Photo courtesy of the Trussville Tribune.
Mike Jackson and Catie Malone successfully prosecuted an appeal to the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals, appealing a lower court decision enjoining a client from maintaining farm animals and structures on her property and awarding substantial attorney’s fees to the plaintiffs, trustees of a real estate trust. The Court of Civil Appeals agreed with the … Read More