George Allen Moore
About George Allen MooreGeorge Allen Moore is a highly skilled, successful attorney. His success has been proven many times over 35 years of law practice. George gets great satisfaction from representing average citizens. He is dedicated and has a passion for ensuring that average people get justice in their business affairs or after they have been injured through no fault of their own. George has compassion, skill, determination and charm.
George Allen Moore has handled numerous high profile cases that have received extensive media attention. He has successfully handled cases involving brain injury, plane crashes, stock fraud, truck wrecks, deadly exposure to negligently manufactured drugs, intoxicated or drug impaired drivers who injure innocent citizens, negligent road construction and maintenance, negligent design or manufacture of machines, explosions and home fires, violation of DOT regulations regarding 18 wheelers, severe burns and scars, negligent installation of hot water heaters, wrongful denial of claims by insurance companies, sale of alcohol to minors by convenience stores, defective residential or commercial construction, heart attacks at work from overexertion, defective airbags, wrecks caused by trucks that exceeded size and weight limits, nursing home abuse, product liability, unrelenting pain from on-the-job injuries, and numerous other cases where the injuries were so severe that the person died or became totally disabled. As a result of many of these cases, employers changed their safety practices to better protect the employees or manufacturers improved their design and construction standards to better protect the average citizen that uses their products. In most of these cases, George Allen Moore has also helped the injured citizens become approved for Social Security disability
George Allen Moore earned his undergraduate degree in Accounting from the University of Alabama, College of Commerce & Business Administration, in 1970. During his senior year, he received the prestigious S. Paul Garner Accounting Award. George was recognized for superior academic achievement after four years of intense study. After undergraduate school, George entered Law School at the University of Alabama, where he graduated in 1973. During law school, he concentrated on mastering trial skills. Immediately after graduation, he returned to his roots in North Alabama and began helping average citizens.
Because of his insight and success, George has been chosen for numerous professional leadership positions. He was selected to serve as President of the Huntsville Madison County Bar Association and as a member of the Executive Committee of the Alabama Association for Justice. George has served in numerous other professional leadership positions and holds membership in the Alabama Council of School Board Attorneys, the American Bar Association, the American Association for Justice, the Alabama State Bar, the Huntsville-Madison County Bar Association and the Alabama Association for Justice.
With skill, determination and charm, George Allen Moore dedicated himself to making insurance companies live up to their promises. When they accept a premium, insurance companies promise to pay just and fair claims. Insurance companies often say they are like your good neighbor and that you are in good hands with them. However, if you or a family member suffer a serious injury or if you suffer injuries so devastating that you cannot work and support your family, insurance companies, in many instances, become your adversary. Some adjustors are so unreasonable that they become your enemy instead of your good neighbor.
In truth, insurance companies sometimes turn on injured average citizens when they are most vulnerable. This occurs when insurance companies refuse to pay reasonable and legitimate claims. They refuse to recognize how a serious and disabling injury affects not only the bread winner but his entire family. They are only concerned about the profits of the insurance company. The fact that a family cannot pay the medical bills resulting from an injury or is unable to make the mortgage payments on their home is of no concern. George Allen Moore stands up for the average citizen and his family against insurance companies that refuse to act reasonably. George Allen Moore is committed to making insurance companies live up to the promises made when the insurance policy is issued. George Allen Moore knows that the injured individual and his family are entitled to justice and that wrongdoers must be held accountable.
George Allen Moore is a long-time faculty member of the People's Law School and is a much sought after speaker on the subject of personal injury and workers' compensation. His presentations before the People's Law School are broadcast to approximately one million people in the State of Alabama. He was recently the featured speaker on the subject of Justice In America. This presentation was an outstanding success. The speech was transcribed and has been published in the Alabama Association for Justice Journal. George described how insurance companies and big corporations are seeking to avoid accountability for their wrongdoing and how they are working tirelessly to eliminate the right of Americans to hold wrongdoers accountable.
Three years ago, George Allen Moore and his law firm established the Alabama Justice Center. This organization is dedicated to holding wrongdoers accountable for the injuries they inflict on innocent citizens.
Giving back to the community is an important part of George's life. In 1988, George Allen Moore was selected as the attorney for the Madison County Board of Education, a school system with almost 2,000 employees and 19,000 students. He has continually served as the attorney for the school system since that time. This has provided George an excellent opportunity to help make a difference in the lives of young people and help shape their future success.
Service to his community has always been one of George's goals. In 1998, George Allen Moore was appointed to the Board of Directors of Huntsville Utilities and has continually served on the Board since that time. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board and has been elected to this position four times. George Allen Moore was also selected and served for 12 years on the Board of Directors of Huntsville Hospital. He is the only attorney to have ever served on this Board, which governs the largest hospital and health care organization in North Alabama. Huntsville Hospital is over 100 years old and has over 4,000 employees and several hundred physicians of every specialty on its medical staff.
George Allen Moore is a family man. He is married and has two children and three grandchildren. He was born and raised on a small farm north of Huntsville, and is proud to be the son of cotton farmers. While attending the public schools in Madison County, he worked as a bag boy for a grocery store starting in the 10th grade. He learned the value of hard work while driving a tractor and picking cotton by hand. George got to know a lot about people while working side by side in the field with small farmers and share croppers for only a few dollars per day. He witnessed the heartbreak experienced when a family loses a loved one or when a small farmer learns that he has been taken advantage of by a big corporation. Planting, working and harvesting crops helped George develop a passion for ensuring that average people get justice in their business affairs and when they have been injured through no fault of their own. George's trademark is his ability to identify with his clients' difficulties. He has dedicated his career to helping the average person who has been injured or taken advantage of by wrongdoers, insurance companies, or corporations.
George Allen Moore and his family are active members of Whitesburg Baptist Church, where George serves on the Board of Trustees. His faith is a big part of his life. George has found that prayer has a healing power that cannot be matched by man and that everything about the law comes from the greatest book on earth, The Holy Bible. There are many, many Bible verses that demonstrate this. Here are just a few such verses:
Micah 6:8 says "What does the Lord require of thee? To do justice, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God."
Isaiah 1:14-17 shows that God commands each of us to "seek justice, correct oppression, defend the fatherless, plea for the widow."
Psalms 82:3 says to "Defend the poor and fatherless, do justice to the afflicted and needy."
Exodus 23:6 tells us "Do not deny justice to your poor people in their lawsuits."
In summary, George Allen Moore is a highly skilled and successful attorney. He has compassion, skill, determination and ingenuity. George has dedicated his career to helping the average person who has been injured or taken advantage of by wrongdoers, insurance companies, or corporations.
The University of Alabama School of Law, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
University of Alabama
Bachelor of Science
Honors and Awards:
S. Paul Garner Accounting Award
Professional Associations and Memberships:
Huntsville-Madison County Bar Association
Chairman, Board of Directors
Alabama Association for Justice
Board of Governors
The American Cancer Society
American Cancer Society's Crusade for the State of Alabama
Former Vice President
Huntsville-Madison County Chamber of Commerce
The United Way of Madison County
Board of Directors
Alabama Bar Association
The Alabama Council of School Board Attorneys
The American Bar Association
American Association for Justice
The Alabama Association for Justice
Directory Practice Areas
- Asbestos & Mesothelioma
- Education Law
- Landlord Tenant
- Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect
Additional Practice Areas
- Car Accidents
- Insurance Bad Faith
- Free Consultation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Certified Advocate of Trial Advocacy (American Association for Justice)|
|Attorney, Johnston, Moore & Thompson|
|Trial Attorney concentrating on Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation & Social security Disability.|
|Attorney, George Allen Moore, Attorney|
|Trial Attorney, Camp, Page Williams & Spurrier|
|Civil Jury & Non-Jury Trials & Litigation|
|University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa||J.D.||Law|
|University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa||B.S.||Accounting|
|Honors: S. Paul Garner Accounting Award|
|Chairman of the Board||Huntsville Utilities||2009-Current|
|President||Huntsville-Madison County Bar Association||2006-2007|
|Board of Directors||Huntsville Hospital||1984-1996|
|President||American Cancer Society for Madison County||1977-1978|
|S. Paul Garner Accounting Award, University Of Alabama|
|Board of Governors, Alabama Association for Justice|
|Member, American Association for Justice|
|Member, Alabama Council of School Board Attorneys|
|Member, Alabama State Bar|
Articles & Publications
Justice in America
Alabama Association for Justice Journal
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WEBSITES & BLOGS
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The 10 owners of the Southern League reportedly voted Wednesday to allow the Huntsville Stars to be moved to... http://fb.me/RX5LLBoY— George Allen Moore (@GeorgeaMoore) December 18, 2013
Police are investigating an overnight break-in that left damage across Jefferson's restaurant at 7193 U.S. 72 in... http://fb.me/2dCJ83l9y— George Allen Moore (@GeorgeaMoore) December 16, 2013
A NASA meteor expert who reviewed images of the meteor that appeared over Alabama on Saturday estimated that the... http://fb.me/2UuXofZQ4— George Allen Moore (@GeorgeaMoore) September 30, 2013
As many as two gunmen launched an attack Monday morning inside the Washington Navy Yard, spraying gunfire on... http://fb.me/292oepztr— George Allen Moore (@GeorgeaMoore) September 16, 2013
This is the schedule for week 3 of College Football. Alabama plays Texas A & M at 2:30 pm CST on CBS and Auburn... http://fb.me/1IAX6OkU0— George Allen Moore (@GeorgeaMoore) September 14, 2013
Johnson & Johnson has recalled 200,000 bottles of Motrin Infants formula, a children’s medication that treats... http://fb.me/6tsv6cM1a— George Allen Moore (@GeorgeaMoore) September 11, 2013
At a doctor’s appointment in 2009, Sarah Roap received what she now calls a “death sentence.” The 25-year-old... http://fb.me/1ovG8tRAU— George Allen Moore (@GeorgeaMoore) September 11, 2013
A nursing facility brazenly operated for years without a license and failed to properly care for dozens of... http://fb.me/KynPQP7H— George Allen Moore (@GeorgeaMoore) September 5, 2013
It will cost an estimated $241,080 for a middle-income couple to raise a child born last year for 18 years,... http://fb.me/1HXh7hMrX— George Allen Moore (@GeorgeaMoore) August 15, 2013