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Martinson & Beason, P.C.

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Founded in 1937, the law firm of Martinson and Beason, P.C. has been dedicated for over 85 years to achieving the best possible result for our clients. Our Huntsville Alabama personal injury lawyers provide a professional, team approach to each case. Our attorneys are committed to the highest ethical and confidentiality standards. We are always available to our clients, whether by phone or in person. The entire staff at Martinson and Beason, P.C. is committed to the needs of our clients.

Our Alabama personal injury lawyers handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means we do not charge you a fee until and unless we make a recovery for you. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury, contact our experienced and dedicated Alabama injury attorneys. The evaluation is free and confidential.

Lawyers will tell you that it is impossible to offer a guarantee in the legal business. WRONG! We say that law firm clients should settle for nothing less! Remember, your attorney works for you – not the other way around.

My father started the law firm in 1937 and started practicing part time in my grandfather’s store out on Andrew Jackson way. After World War II, he came back to Huntsville in 1946 and started full-time practice. He was a district court judge at one time for four years, ran for probate judge. He was involved in a lot of community activities and so forth.

When I was probably about 12 years old and even before that, I would ride my bicycle from East Clinton School, come down to his office, which is across the street from the movie theatre. Then, I hung out at a courthouse watching some of the older guys try lawsuits. So then I went to a law school and graduated in six years from college and law school and came back to practice in 1964. I’m still here.

George Beason, by now a law partner, the next senior member of this law firm, he and I grew up across the street from each other so we were friends. After law school, he joined the FBI. I would call him every three months and say, “You need to come back to Huntsville. We got a good deal going here. You know, you just start practicing law with me.”