Donald M. Briskman has more than four decades of legal experience with expertise as a personal injury attorney. Mobile, LA clients with wrongful personal injury and death cases know they can trust the law offices of Briskman & Binion, P.C. Additionally, Mr. Briskman is a practicing criminal defense attorney and a domestic/family attorney.
After attending Lafayette College, Mr. Briskman is a graduate of the University of Alabama and holds his law degree from the University of Alabama School of Law. Mr. Briskman served as President of the Mobile Bar Association in 2002 after having served the Association as Vice President and on various committees. Mr. Briskman has also served on the Board of Governors of the Alabama Trial Lawyers Association for over two decades, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and American Inns of Court.
Mr. Briskman has served as Chair of numerous political campaigns in the Mobile/South Alabama region, including the successful Senatorial campaigns of U.S. Senators Howell T. Heflin and Richard C. Shelby. In addition, Mr. Briskman has been active in numerous successful judicial and legislative election contests. Mr. Briskman has also served as Assistant City Attorney for the City of Prichard, Municipal Judge for the Mobile County towns of Chickasaw and Creola, and also served for over ten years as Supernumerary Judge of the City of Mobile.
Donald’s wife, Holle, a community force, has demonstrated her leadership as a past chairman of the Mobile Public Library Board and is Chairman of the Library Board’s Capital Campaign. Holle has been honored with membership in Leadership Alabama and Leadership Mobile and previously served on the Alabama Child Advocacy Board and Alabama Arts and Humanity Council. Donald and Holle are active members of Ahavas Chesed Synagogue where Holle served as its President.
Disclaimer: These recoveries and testimonials are not an indication of future results. Every case is different, and regardless of what friends, family, or other individuals may say about what a case is worth, each case must be evaluated on its own facts and circumstances as they apply to the law. The valuation of a case depends on the facts, the injuries, the jurisdiction, the venue, the witnesses, the parties, and the testimony, among other factors. Furthermore, no representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.