The personal injury attorneys of Farris, Riley & Pitt have a combined experience of more than 75 years in the legal profession and concentrate their efforts in the area of plaintiff's law, specifically in personal injury, wrongful death, railroad litigation and accidents (FELA) and FLSA. Founded in 1996 by Kirby Farris, the firm is fortunate to have attracted attorneys with a broad array of experience. They have assembled together over the past decade, drawn by a common belief that the practice of law should be an active, aggressive process.
Areas of Practice
After first distinguishing himself as a long-term employee of the Norfolk Southern Railway Corporation, Kirby Farris left the corporation to begin personal injury litigation. He has since become known throughout Alabama and the Southeast for his relentless nature in pursuing just outcomes for his clients, while also distinguishing himself as a legal tactician who refuses to settle for "standard operating procedures." Kirby opts instead to make full use of the latest technology, investigative methods, and cutting-edge presentation techniques to drive home his legal arguments. Read More.
Areas of Practice
As a trial attorney, Ken Riley knows first hand the devastating and life-altering impacts an accident can have on a victim and his or her family.
For over ten years, Ken Riley has been helping injured people across the State of Alabama. Having focused his practice on complex litigation including automobile accidents, nursing home neglect, child related injuries and burn victims, he has built a name and reputation for himself throughout the region. Ken has litigated and settled numerous cases achieving fair and favorable results for his clients. From his small-town upbringing in Alexander City to his college education at the University of Alabama followed by law school at Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, his diverse background has fostered his innate ability to relate to people from all walks of life.
Ken is a member of the Alabama Bar Association, American Association for Justice and the Alabama Association for Justice. Read More.
Tiffany has 10 years of experience in television news media. She has worked in Montgomery and Birmingham, AL.
In Montgomery, Tiffany worked for WAKA CBS 8 covering everything from the removal of the Ten Commandments Monument with Former Chief Justice Roy Moore to the Gubernatorial election of Bob Riley in 2002.
In Birmingham, Tiffany worked for WBRC FOX6 where she started as a general assignment reporter and was promoted to weekend anchor. She also filled in anchoring their weekday 9 and 10 o'clock newscasts. Highlights of her time working in Birmingham include:
• Anchoring live coverage of the Mercedes- Benz Marathon from 2005-2009.
• Live interviews with Nancy Grace of CNN on missing Alabama teen Natalee Holloway.
• Covering then Presidential candidate Barack Obama's visit to Birmingham as well as Former Republican Presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani.
Some of Tiffany's favorite celebrity interviews include country singers Jodee Messina, Kenny Chesney and Montgomery Gentry, Chef and Author Paula Deen, Author Rick Braggs, Fashion Designer Tim Gunn, Bob the Builder and Kat Von D from TLC's Miami Ink just to name a few.
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