Amanda Summerlin

Amanda Summerlin


Office (251) 433-3131
Fax (251) 433-4207


Amanda is licensed to practice law in Alabama, Mississippi, New York and Pennsylvania and has represented clients in both federal and state court actions, including MDL 875, where she appeared as defense liaison counsel. After practicing law in Mississippi, Amanda moved to Alabama in 2017 and continued the practice of law. She primarily handles cases involving mass torts, specifically representing clients with complications and injuries from hernia mesh and DePuy Attune knee replacements, as well as cases involving general civil litigation.

While previously working as a partner and director in two different regional law firms, Amanda represented numerous defendants and focused her practice on asbestos, mass tort, and environmental litigation. She has extensive experience defending aggregated claims in jurisdictions across the nation and has assisted clients facing local, regional, and national issues. Amanda was an integral part of national coordinating counsel teams – overseeing litigation, managing individual claims, and negotiating settlements in multiple high risk jurisdictions. She participated in numerous federal and state court mediations.

Amanda has been married to her husband Allan for eighteen years. She enjoys spending time outdoors and traveling with family and friends.

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Practice Areas

  • Trial Practice and Civil Litigation
  • Mass Torts Litigation
  • Trucking Collisions
  • Automobile Collisions and Injuries
  • Products Liability
  • Wrongful Death
  • Insurance Bad Faith
  • Industrial Injuries
  • Nursing Home Litigation

Member Of

American Bar Association


Alabama Bar Association


Mississippi Bar Association


Baldwin County Bar Association


Mobile County Bar Association


American Association for Justice


Mississippi Association for Justice



Amanda is Martindale-Hubbell Preeminent AV Peer Review Rated. For six years in row, 2012-2017, Amanda was named by Super Lawyers as a Mid-South Rising Star, with only 2.5% of attorneys in Mid-South being named to the list.