EXPERIENCED, FULL-SERVICE CIVIL LITIGATION ATTORNEYS
Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., has earned an impeccable reputation as a skilled and successful law firm. Its partners have over 100 years of combined experience they daily utilize in trial advocacy for their clients. Working primarily as civil litigators for matters in the state and Federal courts of Alabama, the attorneys at Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., are well-versed in many areas of law, including wrongful death, nursing home abuse, medical and legal malpractice, small business law, consumer fraud and contracts law.
Throughout its history, this firm has helped its clients, both individuals and small businesses, manage the effects of fraud, breach of contract, severe injury, and loss of family, home or income can cause. Understanding that the stress and anxiety associated with these types of losses can interfere with or prevent growth and recovery, the primary goal of the legal representation provided by Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., is to restore peace of mind and seek justice through favorable verdicts and settlements.
The duty of every member of the legal profession is to champion the cause of the innocent. With that focus in mind, the lawyers at Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., advocate on behalf of their clients, businesses and individuals alike, to resolutely pursue all compensation or restitution they are due as a result of the wrongful conduct of others.
The firm employs smart, successful lawyers and staff capable of handling state, federal and appellate matters, which has created a healthy, burgeoning referral practice, and has lead to many referrals of clients from other lawyers and firms over the years.
Xarelto Users Listen Up
By Pete Burns on April 19, 2016
Blood thinners can be a blessing if you are at risk of developing unwanted blood clots. Deep-vein thrombosis, for instance, is a condition in which a blood clot develops, usually from lack of movement, and can migrate to other parts …
Defective Medical Device Replacement
By Pete Burns on April 12, 2016
If you have a defective medical device, you should consult an attorney before you have the apparatus replaced. Doctors and other health care professionals are focused on the medical aspects of your treatment and may not recognize the importance of …
Coal Handling Suit- Schwartz v CMT and City of Mobile
By Pete Burns on March 23, 2016
2016-03-22 Order setting Scheduling Meeting Motion for Protective Order Obj to Subpoenas