Perry Jackson is an attorney at the Mike Slocumb Law Firm’s Birmingham, Alabama Blue Lake office. He focuses his practice on personal injury law, representing the rights of injured individuals and their families. A compassionate and dedicated lawyer, he brings a wealth of experience and a proven record of success to his practice of law.
Mr. Jackson was raised by two wonderful parents in Gadsden, Alabama. After high school, he attended the University of Alabama, where he received his undergraduate degree. This was followed by attendance at the University of Alabama School of Law, where he received his J.D. In law school, Mr. Jackson received the Dean Thomas W. Christopher Award and the Dean Nathaniel Hansford Service & Leadership Award. He was also elected president of the Bench & Bar Legal Honor Society.
Mr. Jackson has handled countless personal injury cases throughout his career, yet he recognizes that for many of his clients, this is their first experience with the legal system. He believes it is important to remember that a client’s case and injury may be the most important things going on in that person’s life. With that in mind, he pursues each client’s case as though it were the most important event in his life, as well. He is committed to listening to his clients’ individual needs and helping each one of them fight to obtain their goals.
Mr. Jackson is admitted to the Alabama State Bar and the federal courts in Alabama. He is a member of the Alabama Association for Justice, the American Association for Justice, and the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Association and has presented at continuing legal education events for the Birmingham Bar Association. In addition, Mr. Jackson serves on the Board of Trustees of the Farrah Law Society of the University of Alabama School of Law. He is the founding president of Friends of Literacy Council of Central Alabama, a licensed boxing inspector for the Alabama Athletic Commission, a board member of the University of Alabama Jefferson County Alumni Association Executive Committee, and a past board member of the Alabama Council on Substance Abuse.
Mr. Jackson is married to the best person he has ever known. He and his wife, Terre Su, have two sets of twins. Each of their four children is very involved in sports, and Mr. Jackson has coached a number of their teams over the years. He is also involved in his church, where he serves as a Deacon, and he and his wife have taught Sunday school for several years.