Experienced North Alabama Civil, Trial, and Appellate Lawyer

Guntersville, AL attorney Louis B. Lusk, Sr. has handled hundreds of legal matters over the years. Throughout his career, he has upheld the reputation of the firm founded more than 100 years ago by his grandfather, John A. Lusk. As half of the father and son firm of Lusk & Lusk, Louis Lusk concentrates his general practice on:

  • Banking
  • Civil Litigation
  • Corporate Law
  • Estate Planning
  • General Civil Practice
  • Insurance Defense
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Personal Injury
  • Probate and Trusts
  • Professional Liability Defense
  • School Law
  • Workers Compensation

Clients from diverse public and private sectors
Over the past 50 years, Louis Lusk has made a name for himself in the community and as a respected lawyer, counselor, and litigator. In the public sector, he has been an approved attorney to represent a number of organizations including the:

  • Industrial Development Board
  • Guntersville Housing Authority
  • Guntersville City Board of Education
  • Marshall County Gas District
  • Marshall County Emergency Telephone Service Board, Inc.

In his corporate practice, Louis Lusk defends insurance companies, medical practitioners, and other licensed professionals against liability claims. His private clients enjoy the benefit of his expertise in estate planning, setting up trusts, and probating wills. He also takes on personal injury cases, such as auto accidents and workers comp claims. His trial and appellate practice has stretched across all Alabama state and federal courts.

Contact Marshall County lawyer Louis B. Lusk, Sr.
For experienced legal counsel and representation in corporate, public, or civil matters, call the Guntersville, AL office of Lusk & Lusk at 256-582-3248 or contact Lusk & Lusk online. Provide as much information as possible regarding your inquiry. While this contact does not serve to establish an attorney/client relationship, it allows Louis B. Lusk, Sr. to begin an assessment of your case.

Serving North Alabama communities of Guntersville, Albertville, and throughout Marshall County.