Personal Injury Attorney
Intro: Andrew Calhoun joined Wettermark Keith in 2023, bringing a fresh and empathetic approach to the non-litigation personal injury department. As a native of North Alabama, his deep connection to the community drives his passion for helping those in need. Andrew's journey to law was inspired by his desire to make a tangible difference in people’s lives. With a background in psychology and a law degree from Cumberland School of Law, Andrew combines keen legal skills with a profound understanding of the human psyche, making him an exceptional advocate for his clients.
Background: Raised in Albertville, Alabama, Andrew has always been deeply connected to his roots. His educational path reflects his broad interests and commitment to understanding the people of his community. Graduating from Albertville High School in 2012, he pursued a bachelor's degree in psychology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, graduating in 2016. He went on to graduate from Cumberland School of Law in 2019. Prior to joining Wettermark Keith, Andrew gained valuable experience as an attorney at Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys.
Andrew's “Why”: Andrew was Inspired at a young age by his father, an emergency room physician who took dedicated care of each patient that crossed his path. Witnessing his father’s commitment to helping people in their community, Andrew realized that he could also make a meaningful impact - through personal injury law. He is driven by a desire to help vulnerable individuals navigate some of the most difficult times of their lives.
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Just For Fun: Outside of work, Andrew enjoys spending quality time with his wife and their three pets - two dogs and a cat. When he’s not at work, you can probably find him at a trivia night or a live music show. Andrew’s ability to balance professional rigor with a warm, approachable personality not only makes him a remarkable attorney but also a beloved member of his community.