McCorquodale Law Firm

McCorquodale Law Firm

McCORQUODALE & McCORQUODALE was founded in 1971 by Joseph C. McCorquodale, III and Gaines C. McCorquodale. This firm has been established in the area for over 36 years and is well-known.

Firm Overview

The firm began as a general practice, but at the present time is primarily engaged in a trial practice involving personal injury, general negligence, products liability, insurance fraud, bad faith, workers compensation, environmental law, wrongful death, and medical malpractice. This firm in Clarke County is listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.

Main Office

Main Office
226 Commerce Street

Jackson AL 36545

Phone

(251) 246-9015

Fax

(251) 246-3247

Fees

Office Information

Medical Malpractice

The firm is primarily engaged in a trial practice involving personal injury, auto accidents, uninsured motorist, wrongful death, workers' compensation, wrongful termination, product liability, environmental law, general negligence, and bad faith.

The firm is currently made up of two lawyers, and accountant, a paralegal, five legal assistants, a registered nurse, and investigator and other support staff.

Joseph C. "Mac" McCorquodale, III

McCorquodale Law Firm

Practice Areas
-Plaintiffs Personal Injury
-Wrongful Death
-Automobile Accidents and Injuries
-Slip and Fall
-Workers Compensation
-Personal Injury
-Utility Law
-Electric Cooperatives Law
-Gas Utilities
-Real Estate

Admitted: 1971, Alabama, U.S. District Court, Southern, Middle and Northern Districts of Alabama and U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit

Law School: University of Alabama, J.D.

Member: American Bar Association; Clarke County Bar Association; Alabama State Bar; American Association for Justice; Alabama Association for Justice, Sustaining Member and Executive Committee Member; South Alabama Trial Lawyers Association.

Biography: Chosen for inclusion in the 2010 edition of The Best Lawyers in America in the specialty of Personal Injury Litigation. Also selected for membership in the Fellows of the Alabama Law Foundation by his colleagues. Membership in this foundation is limited to 1% of bar membership and is for attorneys who demonstrate outstanding dedication to their profession and their community.

Military Service: 1st Lieutenant, Army National Guard

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