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JAMES J. DAILEY, P.C.
Attorney James Dailey graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Merchant Marine Academy in 1986. He served as an officer in the U.S. Naval Reserves until 1994 and held a U.S. Coast Guard third mate’s license, unlimited tonnage. He has sailed around the world on various commercial and naval vessels. Upon arriving in Mobile, Alabama, in 1987, he was privileged to work as a summer clerk for the late U.S. District Court Judge Daniel H. Thomas. In 1989, he graduated from Tulane University School of Law and moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to work for the law firm of Palmer, Biezup & Henderson on such notable cases as the Exxon Valdez disaster.
In 1991, Jim moved back to Mobile and worked with a large law firm on a variety of cases. In 1998, he opened up his own practice thanks to the support from local attorneys and judges.
There is a difference between getting a case and trying a case. Jim has tried numerous civil cases – wrongful death, car wrecks, truck wrecks, premises liability, insurance disputes, warranty, construction, product liability, workers’ comp, dram shop, toxic torts, business disputes, nursing home abuse, and maritime. He has tried cases in both state and federal courts, and has established a solid reputation for success and results.
The philosophy of Jim’s law practice is based upon a passionate commitment to the client and their case. Even when the case is over, Jim is always available to help in any way he can.
When You Hire Jim Dailey, You Get Experience,
Knowledge, Quality and Commitment
Jim Dailey is an attorney based in Mobile, Alabama, and serves clients for Car Accidents, Truck Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Maritime/Offshore Boating Accidents, Dog bites, Nursing Home Abuse, Work Injuries, Burn Injuries and Wrongful Death throughout the Gulf Coast region in:
Mobile County, Baldwin County, Washington County, Clarke County, Conecuh County, Monroe County, Choctaw County, Escambia County and Marengo County, including Mobile, Wilmer, Prichard, Saraland, Chickasaw, Daphne, Foley, Bay Minette, Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, Fairhope, Bayou La Batre, Coden, Irvington, Grand Bay, Theodore, Semmes, Citronelle, Mount Vernon, Creola, Robertsdale, Summerdale, Elberta, Spanish Fort and Fernland.