While in law school, Mr. Long served as the Associate Editor of the Cumberland Law Review. Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Long returned to his native Mobile, where he focused his practice on representing policyholders on a nationwide basis in Commercial & Residential Property Insurance Claim Disputes, including claims for Business Interruption & Loss of Income. Mr. Long has respresented clients in several thousand property insurance claims as a result of Hurricanes Ivan and Katrina in addition to other catatrophic events such as fires, tornadoes, wind, hail storms and man-made disasters. Mr. Long's practive is also devoted to helping people killed or seriously injured by the wrongful conduct of others. Mr. Long handles a variety of cases such as car and truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, defective products, workplace injury and wrongful death cases. Most recently, Mr Long has represented hundreds of clients in southern, central and northern Alabama with property insurance claims from the recent string of devastating tornadoes. Mr. Long and his partners also represented a wide array of businesses and individual clients throughout the Court-supervised class action settlement process resulting from the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, which was the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. History. Outside of work, Mr. Long is an avid hunter, fisherman and conservationist. Mr. Long and his wife have two youngs sons.
|University of Alabama||B.S., with distinction||B.S. in Finance with concentration in Real Estate||2001|
|Law School Name||Degree||Year|
|Cumberland School of Law-Samford University||J.D., cum laude||2005|
Jurisdictions admitted to practice
|State||License status||Year acquired|
|Alabama||U.S. District Court, Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Alabama||1970|
|Alabama||Alabama State Bar||2005|
Military Service: No
Professional Association Memberships
- Mobile County Bar Association, Alabama Association for Justice and the Alabama State Bar Association.