Mr. Artrip represents individuals injured both economically and physically.
Over the past several years, Mr. Artrip has represented plaintiffs from all over the United States in a variety of consumer class actions against companies that have deceived and/or discriminated against their customers.
Experienced Personal Injury Attorney
He also represents the survivors and victims of accidents in a wide range of personal injury claims including car and truck accidents, workplace accidents, accidents resulting from defective construction, and medical-related cases including nursing home abuse and neglect.
Mr. Artrip also provides representation in civil litigation involving business and commercial fraud.
Mr. Artrip has been a guest lecturer at legal education seminars and is a member of the Executive Board of the Alabama Association for Justice. He is also a member of the Huntsville and Alabama Bar Associations, and the American Association for Justice.
He has worked on personal injury cases in counties throughout Alabama and Tennessee and class actions in California, New York, Ohio, Illinois, Alabama, North Carolina and Mississippi.
Mr. Artrip volunteers in community service projects dedicated to aiding underprivileged and injured persons including the AAC – The Davis Clinic and the American Lung Association.
Hill v. Madison County School Board
In 2010 at Sparkman middleschool policy of only punishing sexual harassment if a student was “caught in the act” through witnesses, an admission, or physical evidence lead to the violation of an innocent student. Based on this policy, school officials failed to effectively address repeated sexual harassment of multiple female students by a male student. A 14-year-old female student was recruited by school officials sent her as bait in a sting operation to “catch him in the act.” Mr. Artrip and the firm are representing that student in a complaint against the administrators and schoolboard, and have been vocal advocates for the victim. Speaking about the case with CNN’s Anderson Cooper and Victor Blackwell, Mr. Artrip stated that the school board’s non-adherence to Title IX protections lead to the assault and are currently pursing the civil case to it’s rightful conclusion.
- Williams v. Nat. Sec. Ins. Co., 237 F.R.D.685 (M.D.Ala. 2006)
- Bradford v. Rent-A-Center East, Inc., 346 F.Supp.2d 1203 (M.D.Ala. 2004)
- Rogers v. Tyson, 308 F.3d 785 (7th Cir. 2002)
Education & Associations
- J.D., The University of Alabama School of Law, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1998
- B.A., University of Alabama, Huntsville, Alabama, 1994
- Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice Alabama, 1998
- U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit
- U.S. Supreme Court Professional & Bar Association Memberships
- Alabama Trial Lawyers Association Executive Board Member
- Huntsville Bar Association
- Alabama Bar Association