Author: Bredd Bredd

Morris Haynes received $4,185,983.75 for our clients in a case involving a defective Takata airbag that deployed with too much force causing the driver to lose control of the vehicle and go across a median into oncoming traffic and get hit by an oncoming vehicle...

After settling its 2013 class action suit, Taurus claimed the company was ready to rebuild its credibility. However, the company finds itself under fire yet again as another model firearm has been alleged to be defective. What Happened Then? In 2013 Morris Haynes filed a class action...

After just five years of working as an associate attorney at Morris Haynes, Matthew Garmon has made partner. Matt practices out of the firm’s Birmingham office and has dedicated his time to giving a voice to victims and the families of victims who have been...

Mr. Beck, along with a Georgia firm, recently filed a medical malpractice case in Troup County, Ga. against a Nursing Home, Nursing Home staff, Hospital, and Doctors for negligence in the treatment of a patient.  Upon being admitted to the Nursing Home, the staff negligently...

Many will agree that the holiday season is “the most wonderful time of year,” but what that looks like changes overtime. This season as adults can be filled with unnecessary stress and worry in an effort to create the “perfect” holiday season for family. With...

Attorney Amanda Luker recently rejoined the Alexander City office of Morris Haynes, bringing with her a unique set of skills and a passion for helping those who have been wrongfully injured. Who is Amanda Luker? Amanda is a Coosa County native who interestingly enough began her journey...

Attorney Clay Hornsby returns to the Morris Haynes team after serving as the Deputy Director of the Alabama Law Institute in Tuscaloosa.  While in Tuscaloosa, Clay also coached the University of Alabama School of Law’s Trial Competition team. Clay practices in the firm’s Alexander City...

Tom F. Young Jr. serves “of counsel” from Morris Haynes’ Alexander City office. He joined the firm’s team in 2019 after 18 years as Circuit Judge in the 5th Judicial Circuit of Alabama. Outside of Morris Haynes’ traditional areas of practice, he adds a few...