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Earl Underwood | Fairhope Bankruptcy & Debt Lawyer

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For over 24 years, Mr. Underwood has represented clients in class actions and complex litigation in state and federal courts, including coordinated and multi-district proceedings. Soon after Mr. Underwood received his license, he served as the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of the Northern District of Alabama Eastern Division from 1987 until 1988.

Position Organization Location Duration
Partner Underwood & Riemer, P.C. N/A Present
Owner Earl P. Underwood, Jr. Attorney at law N/A 1986-2010
School Degree Major Graduation
Birmingham School of Law J.D. Law School 1985
Jacksonville State University B.S. N/A 1976
State / Court Date
Alabama 1986
  • Member | American Bar Association
    Member | The State Bar of Alabama
    Member | Northern District of Alabama
    Member | Middle District of Alabama
    Member | Southern District of Alabama
    Member | U.S. Claims Court
    Member | Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
    Member | U.S. Supreme Court
    Member | Mobile County Bar Association
    Member | Baldwin County Bar Association
  • BV Rated | Martindale-Hubbell | 2015
    Super Lawyer | Super Lawyers | 2010-2014
  • Tolbert et al., v. Monsanto et al.,: a $700 million settlement against Monsanto and Solutia on behalf of citizens of Anniston, Alabama for pollution with chemicals called PCBs, which were banned by the US government in the 1970s as a possible carcinogen;

    Hughes v. Commercial Credit; a $2 million dollar settlement with Commercial Credit Corporation on behalf of Alabama Citizens regarding charges for credit life insurance;
    Goodson v. Cherokee National: a $500 thousand dollar settlement on behalf of Alabama Citizens regarding charges for credit life insurance;

    Ray W. McCleney, et al. v. MCD et al.,; a $310,000.00 settlement on behalf of Alabama workers for unpaid wages from a bankrupt company;

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Fee:Our initial consultations on any legal matter are free of charge.

Service Type:Private

Language:English

Update Date:2015-11-30


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21 South Section Street
Fairhope, AL 36533

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    166 Government Street Suite 100
    Mobile, Alabama 36602

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