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BACKGROUND

Dell Cross graduated from Auburn University in 1985, with honors, and from the University of Alabama School of Law in 1989. He was Senior Editor of the Alabama Law Review, and was a member of Bench and Bar and Phi Delta Phi. He also was selected as a member of both the National Trial Advocacy and ATLA Trial Teams.

Dell achieved national recognition while attending the University of Alabama School of Law. He was the recipient of the 1989 American College of Trial Lawyers Award for Most Promising Trial Lawyer.

He began his legal career as an attorney with Starnes & Atchison (now Starnes Davis Florie LLP) in Birmingham where he had the privilege of learning from some of the finest defense lawyers in the State of Alabama.

PRACTICE AND RESULTS

Dell has been a trial lawyer for 25 years. He has substantial experience representing individuals and businesses in state and federal courts and has achieved multi-million dollar jury verdicts and settlements for his clients in a broad range of cases. He has handled over 750 cases resulting in verdicts and settlements in excess of $100,000,000.00.

Dell has represented clients in state and federal courts in Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Massachusetts. He represents plaintiffs in various types of cases including wrongful death, trucking litigation, drug and medical device litigation, toxic exposure, products liability, nursing home neglect, insurance fraud and bad faith, automobile accidents and work related injuries.

Education

J.D., University of Alabama School of Law, 1989

B.S., Auburn University, 1985
with honors

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

Supreme Court of Alabama
Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
United States District Courts of Alabama

Affiliations

Dell serves on the Executive Committee of the Alabama Association for Justice and is a member of the American Association for Justice, the American Bar Association, and the Alabama State Bar. He also has served on several state and local bar planning committees and panels.

Speeches and Publications

Dell has been a frequent lecturer in Alabama in the area of civil litigation. He has written several materials and spoken at numerous continuing legal education seminars across the state.

Achieving Maximum Value in Personal Injury Cases – Tuscaloosa County Bar Association, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Truck Accident Litigation From Start to Finish – National Business Institute CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Jury Selection Tips – Barristers Educational Services, Birmingham, Alabama

Bad Faith Law in Alabama – Tuscaloosa County Bar Association, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Truck Accident Litigation From Start to Finish – National Business Institute CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Winning Your First Civil Trial – National Business Institute CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Effective Trial Presentation – Barristers Educational Services, Birmingham, Alabama

Discovery Practice & Settlement of Cases – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Depositions – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Depositions-Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Montgomery, Alabama

Discovery Practice & Settlement of Cases – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

General Tort Law Update – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Montgomery, Alabama

General Tort Law Update – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Depositions: Strategies and Techniques That Work – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Fundamentals of Advocacy – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Preparation and Management of a Typical Personal Injury Case from the Plaintiff’s Perspective – Tuscaloosa County Legal Secretaries Association, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Uninsured Motorist Update – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Legal Assistants:

Leslie Brady
E-mail: leslie.brady@crossandsmith.com

Kelly Buchmann
E-mail: kelly.buchmann@crossandsmith.com

Get a Free Cosultation No Recovery. No Fee.

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BACKGROUND

Dell Cross graduated from Auburn University in 1985, with honors, and from the University of Alabama School of Law in 1989. He was Senior Editor of the Alabama Law Review, and was a member of Bench and Bar and Phi Delta Phi. He also was selected as a member of both the National Trial Advocacy and ATLA Trial Teams.

Dell achieved national recognition while attending the University of Alabama School of Law. He was the recipient of the 1989 American College of Trial Lawyers Award for Most Promising Trial Lawyer.

He began his legal career as an attorney with Starnes & Atchison (now Starnes Davis Florie LLP) in Birmingham where he had the privilege of learning from some of the finest defense lawyers in the State of Alabama.

PRACTICE AND RESULTS

Dell has been a trial lawyer for 25 years. He has substantial experience representing individuals and businesses in state and federal courts and has achieved multi-million dollar jury verdicts and settlements for his clients in a broad range of cases. He has handled over 750 cases resulting in verdicts and settlements in excess of $100,000,000.00.

Dell has represented clients in state and federal courts in Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Massachusetts. He represents plaintiffs in various types of cases including wrongful death, trucking litigation, drug and medical device litigation, toxic exposure, products liability, nursing home neglect, insurance fraud and bad faith, automobile accidents and work related injuries.

Education

J.D., University of Alabama School of Law, 1989

B.S., Auburn University, 1985
with honors

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

Supreme Court of Alabama
Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
United States District Courts of Alabama

Affiliations

Dell serves on the Executive Committee of the Alabama Association for Justice and is a member of the American Association for Justice, the American Bar Association, and the Alabama State Bar. He also has served on several state and local bar planning committees and panels.

Speeches and Publications

Dell has been a frequent lecturer in Alabama in the area of civil litigation. He has written several materials and spoken at numerous continuing legal education seminars across the state.

Achieving Maximum Value in Personal Injury Cases – Tuscaloosa County Bar Association, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Truck Accident Litigation From Start to Finish – National Business Institute CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Jury Selection Tips – Barristers Educational Services, Birmingham, Alabama

Bad Faith Law in Alabama – Tuscaloosa County Bar Association, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Truck Accident Litigation From Start to Finish – National Business Institute CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Winning Your First Civil Trial – National Business Institute CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Effective Trial Presentation – Barristers Educational Services, Birmingham, Alabama

Discovery Practice & Settlement of Cases – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Depositions – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Depositions-Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Montgomery, Alabama

Discovery Practice & Settlement of Cases – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

General Tort Law Update – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Montgomery, Alabama

General Tort Law Update – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Depositions: Strategies and Techniques That Work – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Fundamentals of Advocacy – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Preparation and Management of a Typical Personal Injury Case from the Plaintiff’s Perspective – Tuscaloosa County Legal Secretaries Association, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Uninsured Motorist Update – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Legal Assistants:

Leslie Brady
E-mail: leslie.brady@crossandsmith.com

Kelly Buchmann
E-mail: kelly.buchmann@crossandsmith.com

Get a Free Cosultation No Recovery. No Fee.

BACKGROUND

Dell Cross graduated from Auburn University in 1985, with honors, and from the University of Alabama School of Law in 1989. He was Senior Editor of the Alabama Law Review, and was a member of Bench and Bar and Phi Delta Phi. He also was selected as a member of both the National Trial Advocacy and ATLA Trial Teams.

Dell achieved national recognition while attending the University of Alabama School of Law. He was the recipient of the 1989 American College of Trial Lawyers Award for Most Promising Trial Lawyer.

He began his legal career as an attorney with Starnes & Atchison (now Starnes Davis Florie LLP) in Birmingham where he had the privilege of learning from some of the finest defense lawyers in the State of Alabama.

PRACTICE AND RESULTS

Dell has been a trial lawyer for 25 years. He has substantial experience representing individuals and businesses in state and federal courts and has achieved multi-million dollar jury verdicts and settlements for his clients in a broad range of cases. He has handled over 750 cases resulting in verdicts and settlements in excess of $100,000,000.00.

Dell has represented clients in state and federal courts in Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Massachusetts. He represents plaintiffs in various types of cases including wrongful death, trucking litigation, drug and medical device litigation, toxic exposure, products liability, nursing home neglect, insurance fraud and bad faith, automobile accidents and work related injuries.

Education

J.D., University of Alabama School of Law, 1989

B.S., Auburn University, 1985
with honors

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

Supreme Court of Alabama
Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
United States District Courts of Alabama

Affiliations

Dell serves on the Executive Committee of the Alabama Association for Justice and is a member of the American Association for Justice, the American Bar Association, and the Alabama State Bar. He also has served on several state and local bar planning committees and panels.

Speeches and Publications

Dell has been a frequent lecturer in Alabama in the area of civil litigation. He has written several materials and spoken at numerous continuing legal education seminars across the state.

Achieving Maximum Value in Personal Injury Cases – Tuscaloosa County Bar Association, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Truck Accident Litigation From Start to Finish – National Business Institute CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Jury Selection Tips – Barristers Educational Services, Birmingham, Alabama

Bad Faith Law in Alabama – Tuscaloosa County Bar Association, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Truck Accident Litigation From Start to Finish – National Business Institute CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Winning Your First Civil Trial – National Business Institute CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Effective Trial Presentation – Barristers Educational Services, Birmingham, Alabama

Discovery Practice & Settlement of Cases – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Depositions – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Depositions-Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Montgomery, Alabama

Discovery Practice & Settlement of Cases – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

General Tort Law Update – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Montgomery, Alabama

General Tort Law Update – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Depositions: Strategies and Techniques That Work – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Fundamentals of Advocacy – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Preparation and Management of a Typical Personal Injury Case from the Plaintiff’s Perspective – Tuscaloosa County Legal Secretaries Association, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Uninsured Motorist Update – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Legal Assistants:

Leslie Brady
E-mail: leslie.brady@crossandsmith.com

Kelly Buchmann
E-mail: kelly.buchmann@crossandsmith.com

Get a Free Cosultation No Recovery. No Fee.

BACKGROUND

Dell Cross graduated from Auburn University in 1985, with honors, and from the University of Alabama School of Law in 1989. He was Senior Editor of the Alabama Law Review, and was a member of Bench and Bar and Phi Delta Phi. He also was selected as a member of both the National Trial Advocacy and ATLA Trial Teams.

Dell achieved national recognition while attending the University of Alabama School of Law. He was the recipient of the 1989 American College of Trial Lawyers Award for Most Promising Trial Lawyer.

He began his legal career as an attorney with Starnes & Atchison (now Starnes Davis Florie LLP) in Birmingham where he had the privilege of learning from some of the finest defense lawyers in the State of Alabama.

PRACTICE AND RESULTS

Dell has been a trial lawyer for 25 years. He has substantial experience representing individuals and businesses in state and federal courts and has achieved multi-million dollar jury verdicts and settlements for his clients in a broad range of cases. He has handled over 750 cases resulting in verdicts and settlements in excess of $100,000,000.00.

Dell has represented clients in state and federal courts in Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Massachusetts. He represents plaintiffs in various types of cases including wrongful death, trucking litigation, drug and medical device litigation, toxic exposure, products liability, nursing home neglect, insurance fraud and bad faith, automobile accidents and work related injuries.

Education

J.D., University of Alabama School of Law, 1989

B.S., Auburn University, 1985
with honors

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

Supreme Court of Alabama
Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
United States District Courts of Alabama

Affiliations

Dell serves on the Executive Committee of the Alabama Association for Justice and is a member of the American Association for Justice, the American Bar Association, and the Alabama State Bar. He also has served on several state and local bar planning committees and panels.

Speeches and Publications

Dell has been a frequent lecturer in Alabama in the area of civil litigation. He has written several materials and spoken at numerous continuing legal education seminars across the state.

Achieving Maximum Value in Personal Injury Cases – Tuscaloosa County Bar Association, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Truck Accident Litigation From Start to Finish – National Business Institute CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Jury Selection Tips – Barristers Educational Services, Birmingham, Alabama

Bad Faith Law in Alabama – Tuscaloosa County Bar Association, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Truck Accident Litigation From Start to Finish – National Business Institute CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Winning Your First Civil Trial – National Business Institute CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Effective Trial Presentation – Barristers Educational Services, Birmingham, Alabama

Discovery Practice & Settlement of Cases – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Depositions – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Depositions-Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Montgomery, Alabama

Discovery Practice & Settlement of Cases – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

General Tort Law Update – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Montgomery, Alabama

General Tort Law Update – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Depositions: Strategies and Techniques That Work – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Fundamentals of Advocacy – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Preparation and Management of a Typical Personal Injury Case from the Plaintiff’s Perspective – Tuscaloosa County Legal Secretaries Association, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Uninsured Motorist Update – Alabama Bar Institute for CLE, Birmingham, Alabama

Legal Assistants:

Leslie Brady
E-mail: leslie.brady@crossandsmith.com

Kelly Buchmann
E-mail: kelly.buchmann@crossandsmith.com

Get a Free Cosultation No Recovery. No Fee.

Hear What Our Clients Have To Say

"I have been friends with Dell Cross since we were roommates at UA Law and have had the pleasure of conferring with Cross & Smith, LLC in a professional capacity for many years. As a law office which specializes in domestic relations and family law matters, it is imperative that my office maintain a consistent client referral relationship with a law firm which can effectively address personal injury matters brought to us by our clients."