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Henry Lomax Cassady Jr.

Education Attorney at Evergreen, AL

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also known as Max Cassady, Utopia Cassady

  • State Years
    Mississippi - MS 4 years
    Alabama - AL 33 years
  • Licensed for 4 years
    State MS
    Acquired 2019
    Active No misconduct found
  • Licensed for 33 years
    State AL
    Acquired 1990
    Occupational License - Authorized to Practice No misconduct found

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

About Henry

Learn Henry’s areas of practice.

Practice areas
  1. Education
    Public School Education Rights - Individual Disability Education Act - Autism, Multiple Disabilities, Deaf-Blindness, Orthopedic Impairment, Developmental Delay, Other Health Impairment, Emotional Disability

  2. Personal injury

Record $3,500,000 Jury Verdict in 35th Judicial Circuit.   In September 2012 in Conecuh County Circuit Court, Max Cassady obtained a $3.5 Million verdict against Guyoung Tech, U.S.A.   More information here. 
Board Certified Civil Trial firm handles a wide variety of civil matters, and has recovered in excess of $1,000,000 in multiple legal malpractice cases and has recovered in excess of $3,000,000 in a personal injury, products liability mass tort matter.  Cases usually come to the firm through referring attorneys.  In 2009 Mr. Cassady was selected by other lawyers as one of Alabama's Super Lawyers in the field of employment law.   In 2011 he was named by Best Lawyers in the field of personal injury.   In 2012 he was named by  Best Lawyers in the filed of professional liability and personal injury.   E-Mail Max Cassady.
Academics, Judicial Internship, Associations, Publications 
Mr. Cassady attended the University of Alabama School of Law, where he was a member of the Alabama Law Review. He received the highest grade in Property I and Property II.  After law school he served two years in the chambers of Chief United States District Judge Alex T. Howard, Jr.   Following law school Mr. Cassady associated with the Mobile, Alabama defense firm of Johnstone Adams and he subsequently associated with the Mobile, Alabama claimant's firm of Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C. In 2011 he became a member of the Editorial Board of the Alabama Lawyer, published monthly to all Alabama licensed lawyers.   Mr. Cassady has run 26.2 mile marathons in several states and a 50K.  The firm embraces technology as a competitive edge.  Publications include "Tortfeasors Dressed in White," which addresses tort claims for post-judgment denial of worker's compensation medical benefits.
Conecuh-Evergreen Roots. The firm has strong roots in Conecuh County.  Mr. Cassady served as county attorney of Conecuh County during the period 2000 through 2004. For identities of plaintiff and defense attorneys and firms which have retained the firm for trial proceedings, contact. 
 Jury Trials and Litigation  Mr. Cassady has tried numerous civil cases in Conecuh, Mobile and Baldwin Counties to favorable verdicts.  Recently he obtained a successful verdict on all counts, upholding a Last Will & Testament, upholding a deed signed just before death, and upholding a beneficiary designation for life insurance benefits signed just before death.  Mr. Cassady  has tried many criminal cases in Conecuh County to not guilty verdicts, including a complete acquittal on all counts in a murder/manslaughter case.  In 1996, he filed a fair housing case that attacked systematic discrimination against blacks in West Mobile apartment complexes. The United States Justice Department intervened and the case settled for a then national record $1.8 Million. (Mobile Press Register, June 19, 1996).   He successfully defended a municipal judge accused of legal malpractice related both to his duties as a judge and as a private lawyer.  In 1995 in State v. Bonner, Mr. Cassady defended a battered woman in a murder cas in which Harper Lee, the writer, was on the venire from which a jury was selected.  Ms. Lee was struck by the State for its 6th strike and she did not serve on the jury.   The jury convicted the battered woman of manslaughter, but Mr. Cassady appealed and the conviction was reversed.   His client spent a total of two days in jail during the process.  (Bonner v. State, 740 So. 2d 439 (Ala. Crim. App. 1998))  To see the strike list, click here.)

Contact Henry

Henry Lomax Cassady Jr.
201 Rural St
Evergreen, AL, 36401
Cassady Law Firm
14 S Section Street
Fairhope, AL, 36532
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Posted by Dora | September 9, 2014
Thank you!
I would like to thank Mr. Cassady and his law firm for the excellent job they did for me with my case. From the first day I was treated with respect as a person, and not just a client. They did the work for me, and kept me well informed on what was going on with my case. He was very knowledgeable about the law and what I needed to do. If I ever need a lawyer again, I would not hesitate to give him a call. I would highly recommend his law firm to everyone. Thank you and God Bless!
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  • Contingency 33%-40%
Payment methods
Check, Credit Card


AVVO RATING 7.6 (Very Good)

Work Experience

  • Associate
  • Johnstone Adams
  • 1992 - 1993


  • University of Alabama School of Law
  • JD - Juris Doctor
  • 1990
  • Tulane University Law School
  • Non-Matriculating Visiting Student (1989)
  • 1989
  • University of Montevallo
  • BS - Bachelor of Science
  • 1986

Legal Cases

  • Ex parte Partners in Care, Inc., 2007 Ala. LEXIS 267 (Ala. 2007)(Conecuh County)
  • Favorable to Client


  • Editorial Board of Alabama Lawyer
  • Contributor
  • 2010 - Present

Languages Spoken

  • English

Honors and Awards

  • Best Lawyer, Commercial Litigation & Personal Injury
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2012

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