DAVIS & NEAL
Davis & Neal, located in Dothan, Opelika, Mobile and Montgomery, Alabama, is a plaintiff's law firm with an established reputation of successfully representing senior, injured and disabled clients and their families throughout Alabama for 18 years. Our lawyers have demonstrated life-time commitments to meeting their legal needs as the firm has concentrated its practice of Elder Law, Social Security Disability, Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury and Domestic Relations.
In addition to privately representing seniors, disabled and injured persons, the firm contracts with local government agencies serving older and disabled citizens to provide Older Americans Act (OAA) Legal Assistance to Alabama seniors. Davis & Neal continues to be the longest serving OAA advocate for the elderly in the State of Alabama, contracting with six local governments to provide services in 33 counties of the state.
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Clayton Davis, attorney/partner, graduated with a B.S. (magna cum laude) in Mathematics, Piano and German from the University of Alabama in 1975; graduated with a J.D. from the University of Alabama Law School in 1978; member of the Alabama State Bar Association, charter member of the Elderlaw Section; author of Handbook For Older Alabamians; principal author of the Alabama Long-term Care Ombudsman Act of 1985 which assures protection for residents of long-term care; developed and directed the statewide Legal Counsel for the Elderly, at the University of Alabama School of Law Clinical Program; member of the National Organization of Social Security Claims Representatives; speaker throughout all of Alabama to legal, medical and social work professionals and lay persons concerning legal and social concerns of the older population.
Janice Boyd Neal, attorney/partner, graduated with a B.A. in Journalism from Auburn University in 1973; graduated with a J.D. from Jones Law School in 1988; member of the Alabama State Bar, charter member of the Elderlaw Section; member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys; author of The Alabama Medicare Map and Piecing It All Together, A Handbook for Caregivers; authored Alabama's first Medicaid Income Qualifying Trust (1994) which made it possible to obtain Medicaid eligibility in Alabama for long-term care regardless of income; formerly served as one of the state's first Long-term Care Ombudsmen (1985); state-wide speaker to legal, medical, social work professionals, lay and professional caregivers and seniors concerning issues affecting older persons.