Elizabeth Hamrick joined the Huntsville office as an associate in May 2011, after previously practicing law in California and Nevada. A native of Alabama, Elizabeth has a wide variety of general civil litigation, environmental law, product liability and construction defect litigation experience. Since joining the firm, Elizabeth's practice has included helping clients to respond to requests for information by the EPA related to a Superfund site; extensive briefing and discovery related to national pharmaceutical litigation; and assisting clients in responding to EEOC changes.
Elizabeth has worked on toxic tort and business-related matters for large, nationally-known corporate clients, as well as represented individual homeowners and homeowners' associations in construction defect litigation and CCR-enforcement actions. Her experience with complex, multi-party litigation, expert witness preparation, case discovery, and legal writing enable her to serve a wide-variety of clients and legal needs.