Webster, Henry, Lyons,Bradwell, Cohan & Black, P.C.

Webster, Henry, Lyons,Bradwell, Cohan & Black, P.C.

Webster, Henry, Lyons, Bradwell, Cohan & Black, P.C., rated AV by Martindale-Hubbell, was established as Webster & Henry, P.C., on January 1, 2001, by its original shareholders, William H. Webster and D. Mitchell Henry.

Firm Overview

T. Randall Lyons joined as a shareholder in September 2001. Since being joined in 2010 by shareholders John R. Bradwell, Robert C. Black, Jr., Michael J. Cohan, and Scott M. Speagle, the firm has taken on its present name. The firm has since added Kimberly S. DeShazo, Frank E. "Chip" Bankston and Thomas M. McCarthy as shareholders. The 2012 addition of Keri D. Simms in the Birmingham office greatly added to the firm's experience and capacity in the area of trucking liability defense. In 2013, T. Samuel Duck joined the firm in its Birmingham office, expanding the firm's commercial general liability and general insurance defense practice. In 2014, P. Vaughan Russell, Jr. joined the Birmingham office, adding to the firm's capacity in the area of workers' compensation law.

Today, the firm has a total of sixteen attorneys. The ten shareholders bring with them more than one hundred fifty years of combined legal experience in the public and private sectors. Our attorneys have tried hundreds of cases to juries in both state and federal courts.
Main Office
Main Office
105 Tallapoosa Street Suite 101
Montgomery  AL  36104
  • 334-264-9472
The law office of Webster, Henry, Lyons,Bradwell, Cohan & Black, P.C. will represent your business legal matters.
The law office of Webster, Henry, Lyons,Bradwell, Cohan & Black, P.C. will represent your business legal matters.

Will Webster

William H. Webster is a graduate of the University of Alabama, having attained a B.A., summa cum laude, in 1989 and a Juris Doctorate in 1992. A member of Phi Beta Kappa and a Hugo Black Scholar, Mr. Webster served on the editorial board of the Alabama Law Review and the school's award-winning trial advocacy team. Afterward, Mr. Webster served as law clerk to The Honorable Eric G. Bruggink of the United States Court of Federal Claims and as staff attorney to The Honorable William E. Robertson, Presiding Judge of the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals.

In 1994, Mr. Webster joined the firm of Rushton, Stakely, Johnston & Garrett, P.A., where he concentrated on insurance defense, arbitration, complex litigation, workers' compensation, probate practice, and appellate law. He continues his practice at Webster, Henry, Lyons, White, Bradwell & Black, P.C., representing a variety of clients before Alabama's state and federal trial courts, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals, Alabama Supreme Court, The United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.

Mr. Webster is a former chairman of the Appellate Practice Section of the Alabama Bar Association and is a certified Mediator and Appellate Mediator for the Alabama State Bar Association. He is a frequent speaker and presider for legal education seminars on appellate advocacy, ethics, and workers' compensation, written amicus briefs on behalf such organizations as the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association, and served as a Mentor to law students at Faulkner University's Jones School of Law.

Mr. Webster lives in Prattville, Alabama, with his wife, Kim, and their children, Grayson, Kailey, Britton and Caroline Rose.

Practice Areas
-Workers' Compensation
-Alternative Dispute Resolution
-Complex Litigation & Appellate Practice
-Estate Planning & Wills and Trusts

-J.D., University of Alabama School of Law
-B.S., University of Alabama

Bar Admissions
-State of Alabama
-Alabama Supreme Court
-United States Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
-United States Supreme Court
  • University of Alabama School of Law
    Juris Doctorate