Frank H. Hawthorne, Jr.
Practice Areas: Wrongful Death; Motor Vehicle Accidents; 18 Wheeler Truck Accidents; Personal Injury; Negligence; Fraud; Insurance Claims; Counseling Malpractice; Medical Malpractice; Product Liability Specialty Areas of Practice
Admitted: Supreme Court of Alabama, 1979; U.S. District Court, Middle District of Alabama and U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit, 1979 and Eleventh Circuit, 1984; Supreme Court of the United States, 1990.
Law School: University of Alabama, J.D., 1979.
College: Auburn University, B.S., 1975.
Member: American Bar Association; Alabama Bar Association; Montgomery County Bar Association; The American Association for Justice; The Alabama Association for Justice; Montgomery County Trial Lawyers Association (Former President); Trust Representing Involved Alabama Trial Lawyers; Trial Lawyers for Public Justice Foundation.
Biography: Assistant District Attorney, Montgomery, Alabama, 1979-1983, Private Practice 1983-Present.
Practice Areas: Business Torts; Personal Injury Law; Fraud; Medical Malpractice; Insurance Disputes Specialty Areas of Practice
Admitted: Supreme Court of Alabama, 65th District Court Middle and Northern Districts of Alabama, and U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit, 1980.
Law School: University of Alabama, J.D., 1980.
College: Auburn University at Montgomery, B.S., 1977.
Member: Alabama Association for Justice, Alabama Bar Association, Montgomery County Association for Justice, Montgomery County Bar Association, Past President of Montgomery Trial Lawyers Association.
Frank H. Hawthorne III
Frank joined Hawthorne & Myers full time in 2011. He practices primarily in Personal Injury Law, primarily handling cases involving wrongful death , motor vehicle accidents, and medical malpractice.
Frank earned his B.A. degree from Auburn University in 2008 and his J.D. from Faulkner University Thomas Goode Jones School of Law in 2011. While attending law school, Frank worked two summers as a law clerk for the Alabama Securities Commission, primarily assisting in cases involving securities fraud.
Also during law school, Frank competed in the William Daniel National Mock Trial Competition 2009, the American Association for Justice National Student Trial Advocacy Competition 2010, and the American Bar Association Section of Labor & Employment Law’s Seventh Annual Law Student Trial Advocacy Competition 2010 where he was a semifinalist.