I grew up as the oldest of seven children on family’s farm in Danville, Alabama in Morgan County. On the farm, I learned the importance of hard work. Somewhere along the way, I also learned that I love to help people. That's why I am a lawyer today. I love to help.
I'm married to a wonderful woman from Hartselle, Alabama. We were married in 2015 while I attended law school. Hannah is a dermatology CRNP in Huntsville.
I went to college at Mississippi State and law school at Samford. I worked hard to earn good grades and graduated law school at the top of my class with honors. I was also very involved in countless clubs in college and law school while also working part-time. I was elected to quite a few leadership roles, such as president of my fraternity at MSU, representative and treasurer of the student bar association in law school, a member of the mock trial team in law school, and a bunch of agricultural organizations like FFA, Ag Econ Club, etc.
After law school, I worked for a law firm in Huntsville, Alabama for four and a half years where I represented victims of bad accidents. In December of 2021, I started my own law firm where I represent folks who are being mistreated by insurance companies.
In my free time, I ride horses and spend time outside on my mini farm. I also play a lot of pickup basketball to stay in shape.
Helping people is my passion in life. I wake up every morning excited to go to work because I get to help folks.