ABOUT WATSON MCKINNEY
Watson McKinney, LLP is a law firm located in Huntsville, Alabama, in the Regions Bank Building. With over 45 years of combined legal experience, we focus on litigation, business and commercial law, personal injury, car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, nursing home negligence, civil rights, wage and hour, and domestic and divorce.
We have a long history of successful litigation.
Throughout our firm's long history, we have worked alongside many nationally recognized law firms, often taking a leading role. We have been involved in at least 30 high-profile class action lawsuits of national scope, many with multi-million dollar resolutions.
We are dedicated to fighting for you, your family and your business.
It is our goal to put our clients at ease right from the start. We strive to provide a professional and personable environment in which clients can feel comfortable and assured that their legal needs are understood and being addressed by experienced lawyers. Our clients are treated with respect and courtesy, and their inquiries always receive a prompt response.
We utilize state-of-the-art technology and cost-effective methods to provide services in a timely, client-oriented manner. Our technology allows us to provide a level of service typically associated with much larger firms.
Watson McKinney LLP was founded by Herman “Buck” Watson and his daughter, Rebekah Keith McKinney in 2010.
Buck Watson founded the predecessor firms of Watson McKinney, LLP, in 1969, having come to Huntsville in 1964 to practice with another law firm. His practice over the years included many high profile personal injury, criminal, and class action cases.
Rebekah joined Buck in practice in 1998 and practiced alongside him until his death in 2016. Buck was beloved by many as he was a problem-solver and a firm believer that the practice of law is a profession, not a business, and thus spent countless hours doing pro bono legal work.
In keeping with Buck’s philosophy and practice, Watson McKinney, LLP continues to take pro bono assignments from the Courts and the Madison County Volunteer Lawyers Program.