Ronald Rudolph Crook is an attorney in Birmingham, Alabama focusing on cases related to medical malpractice, personal injury, social security, and business law. In his 33 years of legal career, he has successfully represented plaintiffs in different types of claims such as nursing home negligence, automobile negligence, prison abuse, breach of contract, fraud, social security disability, etc.
He has acquired admission to the state bar of Alabama. He also has the permission to appear before the Northern and Middle District Courts of Alabama, and the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Ronald Crook attended the Cumberland School of Law of Samford University and obtained his Juris Doctorate cum laude in 1985. He served as an Associate Editor of the Cumberland Law Review and received induction into Curia Honoris.
Before studying law, he earned the degrees of B.S and B.S. M.T. and M.M.Sc from the University of Georgia, Medical College of Georgia, and Emory University respectively. He served in the United States Army at Fitzsimons General Hospital in Denver, Colorado, and the 95th Evac. Hospital in Da Nang, Vietnam for two years. The American College of Pathologists and American Association of Blood Banks certified him as a Medical Technologist and Specialist in Blood Bank Technology.
Ronald R. Crook has worked in eight hospitals in the Clinical Laboratory. He served as a supervisor in the Clinical Laboratory at Atlanta’s Georgia Baptist Hospital. He worked as a Clinical Instructor at the University of South Alabama Medical Center for two years. He was an Assistant Professor at the University of South Alabama’s College of Allied Health in the Department of Medical Technology for four years. He conducted classes for the college undergraduate and graduate courses in Immunohematology, Hematology, and Immunology.
He started his legal practice as a managing partner at the law firm, Hogan, Smith, Alspaugh, Samples, & Pratt, PC. While working there, he participated cases appealed to the Alabama Supreme Court and Alabama Court of Civil Appeals. He has tried cases in all counties of Alabama in both state and federal courts. He has taken depositions in 36 states of the U.S and also in Canada, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. He has also tried cases to completion in Mississippi State and Federal Courts.
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