Tommy H. Siniard earned both his undergraduate degree and law degree from the... more
Tommy H. Siniard earned both his undergraduate degree and law degree from the University of Alabama (’77 and ’80). He has been actively involved in the personal injury practice for over 32 years. Mr. Siniard is a member of the Alabama State Bar and The National Trial Lawyers Association. He has served as past Chairman of the University of Alabama Farrah Law Society and as a member of the Boa... view profile
The rules of the Alabama State Bar require the following on attorney advertising: "... more
The rules of the Alabama State Bar require the following on attorney advertising: "No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the legal services performed by other lawyers."
After graduating from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in 1992, I... more
After graduating from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in 1992, I began practicing law in Huntsville with the law firm of Wilmer Shepard, P.A. In February 1995 I left the firm and began my own office. Since then I have represented clients in a variety of legal matters, ranging from complex litigation involving several parties to business transactions and personal legal matter... view profile
I have been practicing in Mobile, Alabama for over 16 years. I am licensed in all... more
I have been practicing in Mobile, Alabama for over 16 years. I am licensed in all State and Federal courts in both Alabama and Mississippi. I am married to Melanie Rowan, and I have two children, Kate (11) and Harris (8). I am active in my church, as well as other ministries. I enjoy hjelping people in tough and often tragic situations. I feel that my job is to take the burden of this legal... view profile
A Huntsville native, William L. Messervy earned his undergraduate degree from the... more
A Huntsville native, William L. Messervy earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. He received his Bachelor of Arts with a major in Spanish and a minor in English, and was a member of the Phi Sigma Iota Honor Society. He then attended law school at the University of Alabama, where he was the recipient of the Lt. Andrews full scholarship. He received his J.D... view profile
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