“Whoever desires to become a leader among you shall be your servant.”
It was Jesus Christ who spoke these words. He made it clear that since he came to earth not to be served, but to serve, we should follow his example by being servants instead of being served.
Our focus at Servant Law is to help individuals who have suffered an injury to restore what may have been lost, by helping them recover what is fair. We help our clients navigate through troublesome times and obtain resolutions to their personal injury problems in a manner that reflects the highest levels of legal representation, yet even more importantly reflects our intention to serve our clientele in a tangible way by protecting their integrity.
Our process includes several steps designed to help discover and understand every facet of a clients case. We then develop and implement a strategy to work toward a resolution in a timely manner with an outcome that is favorable to our clients.
Meet the Servant Law Team
Edward J. Berry
Servant Law is headed by Attorney Edward J. Berry. Mr. Berry attended Alabama A&M University on a full athletic and academic scholarship. Mr. Berry graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1995 and attended the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University…
Melissa Bryant is a career legal assistant with over twenty-five year’s experience. Melissa is the first point of contact at Servant Law, and she takes that role very seriously. She provides a wide range of support for our clients and…
Veronda Berry brings over 15 years of Marketing and Public Relations experience to Servant Law. She attended Alabama A&M University and graduated with honors in 1994 with a B.S. degree in Marketing. Veronda has worked in corporate marketing for the…