Over the past 22 years, Keith McKerall has practiced civil litigation and personal injury law in Alabama. He is driven to help individuals and families who have suffered through injury, illness or even death through the civil justice system, through which he strives to hold wrongdoers accountable and call attention to the importance of corporate responsibility, product safety and community safety.
Born in 1968 in Virginia, Mr. McKerall grew up in South Baldwin County, Ala. After graduating from Foley High School in 1986, he attended the University of Alabama where he graduated with a degree in English and a minor in corporate finance. Mr. McKerall is a 1994 graduate of The Cumberland School of Law at Samford University.
In 1995, Mr. McKerall opened up a solo civil litigation/personal injury and consumer law practice in Birmingham. After practicing for 13 years in Birmingham, Mr. McKerall practiced law in Jasper, Ala., where he handled cases involving catastrophic industrial injury and wrongful death, personal injury, Social Security disability and served as civil litigation mediator.
Mr. McKerall is of counsel at Burke Harvey. He is licensed in the states of Alabama and Mississippi and is a certified civil mediator. He is a member of the Walker County Bar Association, the Birmingham Bar Association, the Alabama Association for Justice and Central Alabama Professionals.
Mr. McKerall and his wife, Chris, live in Jasper, Ala. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his grandson, daughter and son-in-law in Northport, Ala., reading books, playing chess, scuba diving and snorkeling, traveling, competing at tournament poker, cooking and restoring his 1969 Volkswagen Beetle convertible.