Brock & Stout Attorneys at Law in Mobile, Alabama
In 1996, Mike Brock & Gary Stout began Brock & Stout Attorneys at Law by focusing on building a firm foundation by serving the community and providing excellent service to each and every client. Over the years, clients from the greater Mobile area have given us the opportunity to help them with a variety of legal issues.
Through the experience we’ve gained, the attorneys at Brock & Stout have decided to focus our practice on Bankruptcy, Social Security Disability and Personal Injury law. It is because of our dedication to the community and our specific focus on each client, that we have been fortunate enough to expand to 7 office locations with 16 attorneys and a staff of over 75 legal assistants.
Our Mobile office is a full-service location and we are open Monday through Friday, 8am – 5pm. We are located on the 23rd floor of the the Trustmark Building in Downtown Mobile. We always offer a free consultation to come in and speak with one of our lawyers. All you have to do to get the ball rolling is setup your free appointment. Give us a call at (251) 460-1111, or fill out our online contact form.
Our clients say it best. We are proud to have over 2,000 5 star ratings from our clients!
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