Biography Of Stewart Springer

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The numbers demonstrate that very few lawyers are willing to try cases and when they do they are not effective. Contrary to the statistics, Stewart Springer has twenty six years of experience trying effectively trying cases.  Springer has proven to be highly successful inside and outside the courtroom.  Outside the courtroom Springer has settled cases in the millions and has represented all types of people including those from his working class background to doctors, lawyers and even judges.  Springer has been successful in the courtroom with juries

having hauled in a personal injury verdict for a former state senator of $500,000.00, obtaining a ‘not guilty’ verdict on three felony counts for a Birmingham Police Officer, and obtaining a verdict of in favor of a lawyer and law firm accused of sexual harassment, battery and assault.  Springer will try cases and take insurance companies to the courthouse in response to low settlement offers or gamesmanship even risking a total loss as opposed to settling for less than the fair value.


Springer has handled all types of personal injury cases including wrongful death cases, complicated product liability cases, countless automobile injury and interstate trucking cases, serious and life altering back injuries, neck injuries, head injuries, brain damage cases, shoulder injuries, leg injuries, foot injuries, broken bones and amputated legs, hands, feet and arms.   Springer has handled and tried all types of cases against most of the very best and highest paid insurance defense lawyers.  

Springer has proven to be an effective appellate advocate as well.  He has handled many appeals and has set precedent that remains in place today from the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals and Supreme Court.  


    Springer graduated from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa and Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama.  Stewart is most thankful to his parents Dot Springer and Clarence Springer for creating the opportunity for him to become a lawyer through their love, dedication, hard work, sweat and tears, and struggle to send him to an premier law school.  Stewart has said “I am happy about becoming a lawyer but I am most proud of my parents for doing so much for me that allowed me such an opportunity.  I will never forget what they  have done for me when I represent people who need my help”


Stewart began his career under the instruction of Lanny Vines at Emond and Vines Law Firm one of the premier law firms to ever exist in Alabama history.  Springer learned not only how to try a case but he learned how to effectively resolve cases.  Springer has trained and collaborated with some of the best lawyers in Alabama in representing injured victims.  


Stewart Springer was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama in the 60’s so he knows Alabama and how people here live and think.  He is married to a Dental Hygienist and sole owner of a small business.  He often says the single best decision he ever made in life was marrying his wife Allison.  He has three children Russell, Julia and Caroline.

Springer attended the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa in 1982 and obtained his degree in three and a half years graduating in 1985 with a B.S. degree in Public Relations with a minor in Political Science.  While at the University of Alabama, Springer was elected to be a member of the Freshman Forum a very distinguished group of forty freshman students that advised the University.  He was appointed to the City of Tuscaloosa Mayor’s Advisory Council serving Mayor Al Dupont a former war hero he greatly admired.  Springer was elected by his fellow students to serve as the President of the School of Communication.  He was a member of the founding chapter of a national social organization.


Springer’s work experience began when he was just eleven years old.  He began working in the summer in Panama City Beach Florida for one dollar a day.  He worked every summer when school was out in various jobs such as landscaping, loading trucks at a bottling company, bar tending, and in the hotel industry cleaning rooms, maintenance and hauling garbage until he graduated from college.  Springer has demonstrated a history of hard work.


Stewart has had the privilege of representing people from all walks of life including every day hard working folks to doctors, other lawyers and even judges.    Stewart says “while it was a humbling and high compliment to be asked to represent other lawyers and even some judges I love representing the regular hard working man or woman best as they all remind me of my family”.  


I believe that faith, family, humility and good old fashioned hard work are the keys to helping the people he represents.  Humility and the love of your fellow man are the keys to true meaningful success.   Most important is that I enjoy the law and advocating for the people I have the honor to represent.  






Born in Birmingham, Alabama

Three children: Russell Springer, Julia Springer, Caroline Springer   

Wife: Allison Springer -Dental Hygienist-Small Business Owner


W. A. Berry High School, Birmingham, Alabama

Graduated May, 1982

University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama - B. S. Degree

Major: Public Relations; Minor - Political Science

Graduated December, 1985

Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama

Graduated - May, 1990


Licensed - Alabama State Bar

American Trial Lawyers Association -

Section member -Automobile Negligence/ Product Liability/Professional Negligence/Disability

Alabama Trial Lawyers Association

Alabama Trial Lawyers Association

Lecturer-Alabama Trial Lawyer's Seminar-Case Law Update-workers compensation

Birmingham Bar Association-

Alabama State Bar Minority Participation Task Force Committee

Alabama State Bar Speakers Bureau

National Organization Of Social Security Claims Representatives (NOSSCR)-member

Alabama Family Law - Member

Alabama Fathers and Children Coalition-General Counsel

Professor Birmingham School of Law-Trial Skills

Cumberland School of Law - Attorney/Judge - Trial Competition; National Trial Team Competition, Client Counseling Competition, Substitute Teacher Topics-Civil Procedure and Constitutional Law

(Honors and Awards) Certificate of Achievement Jefferson County Sheriff's Department.  Citizen of the Year awarded by Metropolitan Criminal Justice Executive Association.  Citizen Service Medal Birmingham City Council.

(Television and Newspapers)  May 3, 2002 Birmingham News "Lawyer Tackles Holds Robber".  Featured on NBC and CBS.  November 10, 2007 Birmingham News "Major Wins $500,000 In Lawsuit".  Featured on CBS.

(Post Graduate/ Professional Articles/Seminars) Contributing Editor Leader's Product Liability Reporter,“Preempting ERISA Preemption”Alabama Trial Lawyer (Magazine);“Preempting ERISA Preemption II”Alabama Trial Lawyer (Magazine);“Using Patents In Products Liability Litigation”,Leaders Product Liability Reporter;“101 Settlement Tips”Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association;“Recognizing Crashworthiness Causes of Action”Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association;“Subrogation”BirminghamLegal Secretaries Association;“Subrogation”Birmingham Bar Association; “ Taking Depositions” Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association

Noteworthy Cases: Pate v. Jack Cornelius Shop (set new law in the State on workers rights after a verdict); Ex Parte Doster Construction (set new law in the State on workers rights); Ex Parte AutoOwners (set new law in the State on uninsured motorist claims)


Church Of The Highlands,  AFAA Certified Personal Trainer, Birmingham Track Club, Birmingham Bicycle Club, United States Triathlon Association, Birmingham Swim League, Ironman Triathlon USTA, Clearmont, FL(2.4 mile swim,112 mile bike, 26.2 mile run)(1997 & 1998), Ironman Florida USTA, Panama City Beach, FL (1999), Multiple Marathons and Triathlons (half ironman competitions), Organized Oklahoma City Run as a benefit for Oklahoma City Bombing Victims, Assistant Little League Coach.


(Graduate School)        

Trial Advocacy Board, Moot Court Board, Honor Court Justice (special prosecutor)

Jessup International Moot Court Team, Corley Mock Trial Competition Judge, Haley Trial Competitions (1987, 1988 & 1989), Janie Shores Moot Court Competition,

Legal Internship - criminal litigation, Judicial Externship in State and Federal Courts,

Law Clerk- Emond and Vines, Law Clerk - Shelby County District Attorney's Office, Law Clerk - Urquhurt and Pittman, Panama City, Florida, Law Clerk - Norman, Fitzpatrick, Wood, Wright and Williams.


President School of Communication

Tuscaloosa Mayor’s Advisory Board

University of Alabama Student Recruitment Team

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, pledge class president

Freshman Forum Leadership Honorary

WVUA radio disc jockey

Intramural Sports

Employment: Tuscaloosa Bottling Co., Trade Winds Motel, Ed’s Beach Service, Fishhook Enterprises.

(High School)

President of W.A. Berry High School Student Government Association

Letterman: Cross Country

Letterman: Wrestling