George M. Beason, Jr.

George M. Beason, JrShareholder
Download VCard

Phone: 256-533-1667
Fax: 256-533-1696

115 Northside Square
Huntsville, Alabama 35801


  • Wrongful Death
  • General Civil Litigation
  • Nursing Home Negligence
  • Products Liability
  • Aviation
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Personal Injury — Plaintiff
  • Fraud

“Not only was George knowledgeable in law, but he was also very professional as well as kind and caring.”
-Tammy, former client

Although born in Florence, Alabama, George Beason, Jr. grew up in Huntsville. Upon moving to the new subdivision Thorton Acres near Drake Avenue in 1955, George lived within 150 yards of future fellow attorney Doug Martinson. Doug and George, along with their brothers, began a friendship then that continues today. George graduated from the University of Alabama in 1966 with a degree in marketing. He enjoyed his years at the University of Alabama and the Cumberland School of Law, working part time at a law firm downtown.

Upon graduating from law school, George joined the FBI as a Special Agent. He spent time in Washington, DC and Omaha, Nebraska before being transfered to Waterloo, Iowa. Covering a range of eleven counties, George investigated crimes ranging from bank robberies to military deserters. He also spent time in Cleveland, Ohio before returning to Huntsville in 1972. George still has strong ties to the FBI as a member of the Former FBI Agents organization.

George has been involved with numerous civic organizations in the Huntsville area. He has served on the Land Trust and Space & Rocket Center boards and has held positions in the Sertoma civic club. Additionally, George has served on the City of Huntsville Beautification Board and authored the city parking lot ordinance.

George, his wife Lynda, and their three children and six grandchildren all attend First Presbyterian Church in Huntsville.


  • Doctor of Jurisprudence, Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama
  • B.S., University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 1966


  • Alabama, 1969
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit, 1988
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Alabama, 1972
  • U.S. Supreme Court