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Kenny Metzger

ASIA

 Mobile, AL

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Kenneth A. Metzger has focused his practice primarily on personal injury cases with an emphasis on truck wrecks, automobile wrecks, slip and fall cases, and breach of contract cases. He has successfully tried cases in both district and circuit court in Alabama. He also has prior experience handling cases involving unlawful billing practices and hospital liens in individual and class action litigation.

Mr. Metzger graduated from Jones School of Law in Montgomery, Alabama where he was named to the Dean’s List. While in law school, he worked for the law firm Hubbard Coleman and interned with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Alabama. He also spent a summer volunteering for the Mobile Volunteer Lawyers Program, and served as the treasurer and senator of the school’s Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity.

Before attending law school, Mr. Metzger grew up in Mobile where he attended St. Paul’s Episcopal School. Upon graduation, he attended Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi where he was selected to the Beta Alpha Psi honor society. While at Millsaps, he helped the Majors win four conference championships, and earned recognition as a SCAC Honorable Mention and was named to the SCAC Academic Honor Roll.

Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys

Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys is known nationwide for providing outstanding legal advice and excellent representation. We have recovered over $700 million in lawsuits involving 18 wheeler trucking litigation, wrongful death litigation, commercial vehicle litigation, motorcycle litigation, catastrophic litigation, and mass torts involving medical devices and bad drug litigation. Our prowess in the legal arena comes from our combined years of trial and complex litigation experience.

We founded our practice on the belief that the 7th amendment and the civil jury system is the best means to provide compensation to injured parties and deter wrongdoers from injuring others in the future.

 

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