Brandon Price-Crum lives by the Dr.Martin Luther King Jr. quote, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Brandon was born in Flint, Michigan, where his parents instilled in him the importance of using his education to help others and serve his community. Brandon Price-Crum has lived up to that expectation and continues to do so when representing every client.
Brandon began his collegiate career at Coahoma College before being awarded the Academic Excellence Scholarship from Alabama State University (ASU). While at ASU, Brandon was determined to create culturally innovative organizations for the students, such as Gifted Gardeners, National Association for Blacks in Criminal Justice, and Alpha Phi Sigma Honor Society. Brandon Price-Crum maintained the momentum by leading the ASU Student Government Association Supreme Court and later holding the title of Chief Golden Ambassador.
Upon graduating Magna Cum Laude from ASU, Brandon accepted an academic scholarship to attend Florida A&M University College of Law (FAMU). He worked diligently through his clerkships for several counties including, Montgomery, Fayette, and Fulton. From there, Brandon went on to intern at the Orange County Attorney’s office. Crum entered the practice of law advocating for the rights of plaintiffs against individuals, insurance companies, and corporations.
While Brandon is licensed to practice law in both Alabama and Georgia, he is currently an adjunct instructor at ASU and an associate at the Serious Injury Law Group in Montgomery, Alabama. Brandon Price-Crum is an advocate for his clients in cases involving car and motorcycle accidents, trucking litigation, wrongful death, nursing home abuse, slip and falls, and medical malpractice.