•Named as one of Alabama's Super Lawyers 2 consecutive years;
•Graduate of the Alabama Leadership Initiative;
•Named a Rising Star for the State of Alabama in 2009 and 2010;
•Served as Treasurer of the Mobile Bar Association;
•Served on the Executive Committee of the Mobile Volunteer Lawyers' Program;
•Served as Vice-President of the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association's Young Lawyer's Section
•Obtained complete summary judgment in favor of a national retail store on claims for negligence and wantonness related to a slip and fall accident.
•Obtained complete dismissal of a suit against a claims management company for failure to state a claim upon which relief may be granted in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama.
•Obtained a defense verdict in favor of a national mortgage servicer for claims of wrongful foreclosure, fraud, and breach of contract.
•Obtained a defense verdict in arbitration in favor of a boat dealer on claims asserted against it for fraud, breach of warranty, and breach of contract.
•Obtained a defense verdict in a personal injury and property damage case filed against an insured for damages allegedly sustained by Plaintiff as a result of a boating accident.
•Obtained a defense verdict in a personal injury case filed against an insured for damages allegedly sustained by Plaintiff as a result of a motor vehicle accident.
News & Insights
•Starnes Davis Florie Welcomes Beth Liles to the Firm’s Mobile Office
Beth is married to Spencer Liles, and they have a son, Warren, and a crazy dog, Winston.
Beth is a member of the Alabama State Bar Association, the Mobile Bar Association, the Baldwin County Bar Association, the Defense Research Institute, and the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association. Beth previously served on the Executive Committes of the Mobile Bar Association and the Mobile Volunteer Lawyers' Association.
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