Meet Attorney Trent Garmon

Attorney Trent Garmon Personal Injury Birmingham, Alabama
Location: Birmingham, Alabama
Phone: 205-224-5675
Email: Email Me

 

 

 

Attorney Trenton Garmon is an advocate for people and considers it an honor to battle major insurance companies, large corporations and other powerful people or entities on behalf of the injured or those who have lost a loved one.

Practice Areas:

Experience:

Trent completed his undergraduate at Troy University, graduating in Business with Honors. While at Troy University he started on their college football team as the center. This team played both Miami and Nebraska being the only team in the country to play the national champions and the runner up national champions in the same year. Some experts consider the 2001 Miami Hurricanes to be the greatest college football team in history. Trent also played Maryland, Central Florida and that year Troy beat Mississippi State on their homecoming. He played on the team with over a dozen athletes who ended up playing professionally in the NFL.

Trent graduated law school from Birmingham School of Law where he was a participant on the first mock trial team. While at BSL, Trent and another student organized the Christian Legal Society for which he served as the Chaplin. He also clerked for Clay Hornsby with Morris, Haynes and Hornsby. He has earned a Masters in Theology from Regent University and has translated 2 books of the Bible from Koine Greek. During his time in seminary he served as an Associate Pastor at Calvary Baptist Church with Pastor Jim Pugh and then eventually as an Associate Evangelist with Evangelism International.

His legal experience includes having served administratively on cases achieving a $20 million and $5 million verdict, as well as a $40 million settlement. He had handled hundreds of cases personally and his team has the combined experience of thousands of cases. He has personally won hearings and trials at every level from Municipal Court, Administrative Hearings, Circuit Court trials and in Federal Court cases. He has represented a state Supreme Court Chief Justice, a City Council Member, the disabled, the falsely accused, families of those tragically killed, the unborn and countless others. From catastrophic injury cases, wrongful death cases to those who were injured in a wreck or buy a dangerous product, Trent has and continues to battle for people.

He, his wife (Holly) and 4 children (Sydney, Judah & Josiah, twins, and Sarah Grace) attend Church of the Highlands and CrossPoint Community Church. They lead a Highlands Small Group.

Associations:

Alabama State Bar

Education:

Troy University
Birmingham School of Law

Locations Served:

Birmingham and Gadsden

Meet Attorney Trent Garmon

Attorney Trent Garmon Personal Injury Birmingham, Alabama
Location: Birmingham, Alabama
Phone: 205-224-5675
Email: Email Me

 

 

 

Attorney Trenton Garmon is an advocate for people and considers it an honor to battle major insurance companies, large corporations and other powerful people or entities on behalf of the injured or those who have lost a loved one.

Practice Areas:

Experience:

Trent completed his undergraduate at Troy University, graduating in Business with Honors. While at Troy University he started on their college football team as the center. This team played both Miami and Nebraska being the only team in the country to play the national champions and the runner up national champions in the same year. Some experts consider the 2001 Miami Hurricanes to be the greatest college football team in history. Trent also played Maryland, Central Florida and that year Troy beat Mississippi State on their homecoming. He played on the team with over a dozen athletes who ended up playing professionally in the NFL.

Trent graduated law school from Birmingham School of Law where he was a participant on the first mock trial team. While at BSL, Trent and another student organized the Christian Legal Society for which he served as the Chaplin. He also clerked for Clay Hornsby with Morris, Haynes and Hornsby. He has earned a Masters in Theology from Regent University and has translated 2 books of the Bible from Koine Greek. During his time in seminary he served as an Associate Pastor at Calvary Baptist Church with Pastor Jim Pugh and then eventually as an Associate Evangelist with Evangelism International.

His legal experience includes having served administratively on cases achieving a $20 million and $5 million verdict, as well as a $40 million settlement. He had handled hundreds of cases personally and his team has the combined experience of thousands of cases. He has personally won hearings and trials at every level from Municipal Court, Administrative Hearings, Circuit Court trials and in Federal Court cases. He has represented a state Supreme Court Chief Justice, a City Council Member, the disabled, the falsely accused, families of those tragically killed, the unborn and countless others. From catastrophic injury cases, wrongful death cases to those who were injured in a wreck or buy a dangerous product, Trent has and continues to battle for people.

He, his wife (Holly) and 4 children (Sydney, Judah & Josiah, twins, and Sarah Grace) attend Church of the Highlands and CrossPoint Community Church. They lead a Highlands Small Group.

Associations:

Alabama State Bar

Education:

Troy University
Birmingham School of Law

Locations Served:

Birmingham and Gadsden

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