whit drake


whit drake

Whit Drake is a personal injury lawyer based in Birmingham, AL. He heads his practice, Drake Law Firm, along with his wife Katherine Drake. The attorneys aim to provide clients with the most effective legal representation using their extensive knowledge and expertise in the field. They have successfully recovered over $100 million in settlements and have concluded over 1,000 cases in the past 10 years – with close to a 99% success rate. Whit served on the lead counsel for one of the largest wrongful death cases in the history of Alabama.

In addition to being voted by his peers as a leading Birmingham personal injury attorney in Birmingham Magazine’s March 2012 issue, Whit was also a Top Rated personal injury lawyer in Birmingham’s Metro Magazine.

Whit received his undergraduate degree in General Studies and History from the University of Alabama in 1986. He then received his J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law in 1989. He has practiced as an injury attorney for 23 years and established his own firm in 1998.

Whit’s published works have been included in The Alabama Lawyer and discuss topics such as effective case resolution and employer’s subrogation.

Currently, Whit is a member of both the Alabama Bar Association and the Birmingham Bar Association.

Birmingham personal injury lawyer Whit Drake is dedicated to helping clients receive the financial compensation they deserve due to someone else’s damages.

“Most of our clients come to us by referral from satisfied clients and other legal professionals. We even have clients referred to us by insurance lawyers who opposed us in court. We think that says a lot about our commitment to integrity and maintaining an open line of communication with our clients throughout the case.”

If you need assistance from a knowledgeable personal injury attorney in Birmingham, contact Drake Law Firm today for a free consultation.

Drake Law Firm

2 Perimeter Park South #510E

Birmingham, AL 35243



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