Jeff N. Gale
A native of Mobile, Alabama, Jeff Gale attended McGill-Toolen High School and received both his undergraduate and law degrees from The University of Alabama. Jeff comes from a family of lawyers, including his father and several cousins. He started his legal career as a “runner” at his father’s personal injury firm in Mobile where he discovered his professional calling.
He has practiced personal injury for over 20 years with a focus on workers’ compensation cases. He is an active member of the Mobile Bar Association’s Workers’ Compensation and Fee Dispute committees, and he has also spoken before the Baldwin Bar Association on workers’ compensation issues.
Throughout his career, Jeff has handled hundreds of workers’ compensation and personal injury cases. Jeff is passionate about helping injured individuals, especially those hurt on the job. “I believe workers are the foundation of our community, often sacrificing their health for low wages and poor treatment to benefit their employer, family, and the rest of us in the community. On top of that, these workers are most often the ones with the smallest safety net, and they should not and cannot bear the burden of being physically injured and financially devastated by a serious injury at work.”
He is certified as an advocate by the American Association for Justice National College of Advocacy, and he is a member of the Alabama Association for Justice and South Alabama Trial Lawyers Association. Jeff is also an active member of his local community serving on the board of Fairhope Soccer Club and the FEEF Advisory Council.
Finally, Jeff is also a devoted husband and a father of two daughters.
Licenses and Certifications
- Alabama State Bar
- United States District Court for the Northern, Southern, and Middle Districts of Alabama
- Certified Advocate, American Association for Justice National College of Advocacy
- Alabama Association for Justice
- South Alabama Trial Lawyers Association
- B.A., University of Alabama (1993, cum laude)
- J.D., University of Alabama (1996)