Burney and Burney is a family owned firm that is strategically located in the Heart of the Tennessee Valley in Decatur, Alabama and has been providing legal help for over twenty years. At Burney and Burney we primarily focus our practice on helping people that have been personally injured or harmed as the result someone else’s careless acts or neglect. We are proud to help individuals and families from across Alabama that have been injured or killed in car accidents, tractor trailer accidents and motorcycle accidents as well as slip and fall accidents. We also handle a large amount of cases for workers that have been injured on the job and require assistance with their worker’s compensation claims in the courts throughout Alabama. We are also honored to represent individuals that have been harmed or families that have had loved ones die as a result of Nursing home abuse and neglect. At Burney and Burney we know that when you are injured by someone else’s actions it can turn your life upside down and leave you confused, scared and angry. That is why every client gets personal one on one attention from an attorney and we treat every case like it is the biggest case we have. We not only strive to get you all the money you deserve for your injuries but also work to restore your life and dignity. If you have been injured or harmed as a result of someone else’s careless or reckless acts, let our family help your family.
In addition to our personal injury practice we also handle a large volume of domestic relations cases. We have provided help to hundreds of individuals in Morgan, Lawrence, Limestone and Madison counties in divorces, custody fights and child support issues. We know that a divorce or custody fight is never pleasant and we will provide you with not only tough hard-nosed representation but also compassionate representation. We also provide representation to individuals that have been accused of criminal acts throughout Alabama.
Burney and Burney was founded in 1992 by Billy C. Burney and his son Billy C. Burney, II. Billy C. Burney is a retired Alabama Circuit Judge from Lawrence County. He retired from the bench after twenty years of service. In addition to serving as a circuit court judge, he also served as the District Attorney of Lawrence County and has served as Special Supreme Court Justice on the Alabama Supreme Court. After retiring from the bench he opened a solo practice in Decatur. When his oldest son Billy Burney, II graduated from law school they created Burney and Burney. His youngest son, J. Brent Burney joined the law firm in 1995 and the firm has steadily increased its caseload steadily ever since. As a result, the firm outgrew its original location in 2007 and relocated to 433 Johnston Street SE to a turn off of the century two story brick bungalow that has been fully restored and provides four conference rooms and ample space for mediations, depositions and conferences. Over the last twenty years, the firm has provided thousands of individuals with quality legal service and boast a combined 85 years of courtroom experience. Burney and Burney is proud of its reputation of hard work and ethical representation of individuals from all walks of life. While Judge Burney has assumed an of-counsel role, he is still active in the management of the firm and provides insight that he has acquired over the years to the unique legal issues that arise in the firm. It is important to note that the Burney brothers will work to settle your case out of court, but they are trial lawyers and they are experienced litigators that are comfortable in any courtroom setting. If obtaining justice for you means going to court they will fight for you and your family in the courtroom.
As a result of our central location in Decatur, Alabama we are able to represent individuals from all across the Tennessee Valley and North Alabama. We are only a short distance from Athens , Huntsville, Moulton, Hartselle, and Cullman and we are proud to have represented people in the courts of Lawrence, Limestone, Morgan, Madison and Cullman counties and various other counties across Alabama. Please contact us to discuss your legal problems to see if w can provide assistance. Our primary interest is to help you and if we cannot help you we will find someone that can. Contact us through our web page or call us at 256-350-9988.