Gary W. Stout

Founding Partner

Attorney Information

Gary W. Stout was born in 1958 in Greensboro, NC. He attended college as well as Law School at the University of Tulsa, earning a Juris Doctor Degree in 1989. After passing the Oklahoma Bar Exam, he entered military service as a Judge Advocate in 1989. His assignments included the 82nd Airborne Division and the XVIII Airborne Corps. He is a veteran of Desert Storm, where he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal. Since the formation of Brock & Stout, he has primarily limited his practice to personal injury, wrongful death, bankruptcy and social security litigation. He is a member of the Alabama State Bar, the Association of National Trial Lawyers of America, the Alabama Trial Lawyers and the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Gary is admitted to practice in Georgia and Oklahoma, as well as Alabama. He is accredited and authorized to practice for veteran’s benefits before the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). He is also a lifetime member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the National Infantry Association and the 82nd Airborne Division Association.
Gary W Stout

Bar Admission Info

1995 Alabama
2008 Georgia

Education

Juris Doctor, University of Tulsa College of Law, 1989

Professional Memberships Info

Lifetime Member of the Multi-million Dollar Advocates Forum
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Brock & Stout Offices Served

Recent Articles Reviewed by Gary Stout

Types of Car Accident Compensation You Could Receive

Car accidents can lead to severe physical and emotional suffering. Depending on the severity of your injuries, it can also lead to financial hardship. The cost of medical treatments and potential loss of income from not being able to work could quickly put a strain on...

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The 3M Military Earplugs Lawsuit

The men and women of our military sacrifice daily to protect our freedoms. In doing their job, they depend on military gear and equipment to help protect them from bodily harm. Unfortunately, recent information has shown that a piece of protective equipment (3M...

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