Beth Chambers has always focused her career on helping those in need. Beth’s sincere desire to advocate for people harmed by unsafe drugs and medical devices inspired her to attend law school. She is honored to be an advocate for her clients against large corporations and insurance companies.
Upon graduation in 2003 from Birmingham School of Law, she joined Cory Watson. Since then, Beth has represented thousands of clients who were injured from the use of dangerous drugs or medical devices and has been involved in some of the largest mass tort cases in the country. Perhaps one of Beth’s favorite quotes best expresses her feelings about the work does: “Far and away the best prize that life has to offer is the chance to work hard at work worth doing.” Theodore Roosevelt
Indeed, Beth continues to do “work worth doing.” When she’s not helping people through the law, she’s still helping. She and her husband support several local charities that benefit women and children, foster children, and disabled adults. At work and home, the common thread for Beth is advocating for those who need it most.
HONORS, AWARDS & ACCOMPLISHMENT
Super Lawyers, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Birmingham School of Law, Academic Scholarship Recipient
B-Metro Top Women Attorneys 2015