Personalized service is the hallmark of Ken Guin’s practice. When you turn to Ken Guin Attorney at Law, P.C., you won’t feel like a client; you’ll feel like a friend. Attorney Guin enjoys getting to know his clients, working with them one-on-one and providing personalized attention in a safe, comfortable place.
For 16 years, Ken Guin was a member of the Alabama House of Representatives and where he served as majority leader. He knows the importance of communication and explains the issues involved in your general practice, personal injury or Social Security disability case clearly and concisely. He is dedicated to winning your case efficiently and cost-effectively. He nurtures the attorney-client relationship, providing personalized attention and responsive service. You can count on him to be there with you through every step of the legal process.
Individuals and businesses in cities such as Birmingham, Carbon Hill, Cordova, Dora, Fayette, Hamilton, Jasper, Oakman, Parrish, Sumiton, Tuscaloosa and in counties such as Fayette County, Jefferson County, Marion County, Walker County and Winston County and throughout North Alabama turn to Ken Guin when they need aggressive representation and solid legal advice.
Problem solver who gets results
When you chose Ken Guin to represent you, you can expect:
Clear-cut resolutions of your legal matters. Although well-known as an effective trial attorney, Ken Guin is also a certified mediator who can help you obtain the most favorable settlement for your legal issues outside of court.
In-depth knowledge of the law. His 16 years of experience in the Alabama House of Representatives gave attorney Guin a thorough understanding of how the law can work for you. He uses his background and skills to represent you effectively.
An attorney who gives back to the community. Attorney Guin has a long history of community involvement. He has held leadership positions in various community organizations. He was Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Southwest District of the North Alabama Conference of the United Methodist Church, and was a member of the Board of Walker Baptist Medical Center and Advisory Board of the Alabama Cooperative Extension Service.
|AL||Occupational License - Authorized to Practice||1987||11/26/2019|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Outstanding Advocate - Southeast Regional Trial Competition||American College of Trial Lawyers||1987|
|Attorney||Ken Guin Attorney at Law PC||1991 - Present|
|Representative - Majority Leader||Alabama House of Representatives||1994 - 2010|
|Attorney||Hardin Taber and Tucker||1988 - 1991|
|Attorney||Laird and Wiley||1987 - 1988|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Alabama Municipal Lawyer's Association||Member||2010 - Present|
|Walker County Bar Association||Member||1991 - Present|
|Alabama State Bar||Member||1987 - Present|
|State Legislative Leaders Foundation||Board of Directors||1999 - 2010|
|Walker Baptist Medical Center||Board Member||1999 - 2004|
|Walker County Cooperative Extension||Advisory Board||1994 - 2010|
|Alabama Southwest District of the United Methodist Church||Chair of Trustees||1992 - 2012|
|What Have You Gotten Yourself Into? A Guide for New Legislative Leaders.||What Have You Gotten Yourself Into? A Guide for New Legislative Leaders.||2006|
|Samford University, Cumberland School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1987|
|Auburn University||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1984|
|SLLF - Europe||Alabama in the Post Civil Rights Era||1999|
|Walls v Alpharma USPD, Inc.||Reversed|
|Crackowski v Wal-Mart Stores Inc.||Reversal|
|Wilson v State Department of Human Resources||Reversed and Remanded|
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