Robert F. Prince

Robert F. Prince
Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Senior Partner
phone  888-804-1196 (Toll Free)
fax (205) 752-6313

 

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Senior Partner Robert F. Prince is well known for his skills as a civil litigator. He currently holds the record for obtaining the largest jury verdict ever awarded in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. In June of 1999, a Tuscaloosa County jury issued a verdict for $3.5 million in a wrongful death case against a trucking company. In October of 2004, he obtained a $15.5 million verdict in a case against Roadway Trucking. He achieved the ranking of a Board Certified Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Among his many other accomplishments, he received the Bench and Bar Outstanding Alumnus Award in 1987 from the University of Alabama Law School. He was also a Master Bencher with the Tuscaloosa Inn of Court. He is a member of both the Tuscaloosa County and American Bar Associations, having served on the Executive Committee of the Tuscaloosa County Bar Association from 1981-1985. He is currently a member of the Tuscaloosa Trial Lawyers Association, where he served as President in 1978 and 1979. He currently serves as the President of the Alabama Association for Justice, and he is a sustaining member of the American Association for Justice. In addition, he is a member of the prestigious Academy of Catastrophic Injury Attorneys.

Robert F. PrinceIn his spare time, Mr. Prince enjoys coaching the University of Alabama AAJ Trial Team. Under his leadership, teams have achieved national recognition, finishing in the top twenty annually and earning a national championship in 1990. Mr. Prince received his education from the University of Alabama, earning his undergraduate B.S. degree in 1970, and his J.D. degree in 1974. He gained admission to the Alabama State Bar in 1974, and the Florida State Bar in 1975. He is also licensed to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Alabama, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. Prince also serves on the Board of Directors of the West Alabama Boys & Girls Club and is an active member of First United Methodist Church. Mr. Prince and his wife, Dena, are the parents of four daughters, Mary Elizabeth Byrd, Courtney, Willis and Grace.

Areas of Practice:

LitigationPersonal Injury LawEnvironmental LitigationTrials in all Courts

 

Litigation Percentage:

95% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

 

Certification/Specialties:

Board Certified Trial Advocate, National Board of Trial Advocacy

 

Bar Admissions:

Alabama, 1974Florida, 1975U.S. District Court Northern District of AlabamaU.S. District Court Middle District of AlabamaU.S. District Court Southern District of AlabamaU.S. Supreme Court, 1986

 

Education:

The University of Alabama School of Law, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1974
J.D.University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1970
B.A.

 

Classes/Seminars Taught:

Adjunct Professor, Trial Advocacy, Trial Techniques, University of Alabama Law Center, 1982 – Present

 

Honors and Awards:

Largest Jury Verdict Ever Awarded in Tuscaloosa County , AlabamaBench and Bar Outstanding Alumnus Award, University of Alabama Law School, 1987

 

Professional Associations and Memberships:

Tuscaloosa Inn of CourtMaster BencherTuscaloosa County Bar AssociationMemberAmerican Bar AssociationMemberTuscaloosa County Bar Association, 1981 – 1985Member, Executive CommitteeTuscaloosa Trial Lawyers AssociationMemberTuscaloosa Trial Lawyers Association, 1978PresidentTuscaloosa Trial Lawyers Association, 1979PresidentAlabama Association for JusticePresidentAmerican Association for JusticeSustaining MemberPrestigious Academy of Catastrophic Injury AttorneysMemberWest Alabama Boys & Girls ClubBoard of DirectorsFirst United Methodist ChurchActive Member

 

Fraternities/Sororities:

Phi Alpha Delta

 

Prince, Glover & Hayes

1 Cypress Point, 701 Rice Mine Road North, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35406

205-345-1234 – 888-804-1196

Prince, Glover & Hayes represents clients throughout the state of Alabama.
Pickens County – Bibb County – Hale County – Greene County – Marengo County – Tuscaloosa County – Lamar County – Fayette County – Walker County – Jefferson County
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