Ask the Pros II
Tuesday, June 28 | 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM | Old Town Beer Exchange
Ask the Pros II will be hosted by Keel Point’s David Little and local Keller Williams Realtor, Brandi Copeland. Often, we serve our clients in ways that are not directly tied to our core businesses, making referrals and connections to other professionals in our community.
Many of you know that David and his family were in a car crash in 2008. David spent two weeks in the hospital and needed months of rehabilitation and physical therapy. Although the cause of the crash was known, David and his family still needed the services of an attorney to help them through the process of dealing with insurance companies and medical bills.
We will be joined by that attorney, Huntsville’s Derek Simpson. Derek will share his insights on when and why hiring a personal injury attorney may be appropriate.
David will provide an update on the current state of the markets and economy, and Brandi will give an update on the local real estate market.
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Agenda: 4:00 PM, check-in
Location: Old Town Beer Exchange, 301 Holmes Ave NE STE 150, Huntsville, AL 35801
RSVP: Ask the Pros II
Meet the Speakers:
Realtor Partner/Military Relocation Professional
Brandi is a Huntsville, Madison County native. She has been in the real-estate industry for 14 years. She holds a Military Relocation Designation and has helped both military and civilian families alike to find their home in the Huntsville and the North Alabama area.
Brandi is heavily involved in her community including the Monte Sano Civic Association, Monte Sano Club, as well as several boards focused on encouraging more people on bicycles. In her spare time Brandi can be found in a coffee shop, on the local mountain bike trails or at her favorite CrossFit box. She and her husband Scott have five children of their own and usually a houseful of extra neighborhood kids.
Derek W. Simpson
Huntsville native Derek Simpson has practiced law in his hometown since 1995. He holds both undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Alabama.
Over the years, Derek has served the Madison County Bar Association in numerous leadership capacities and maintained memberships in the Alabama Trial Lawyers’ Association and The American Association of Trial Lawyers. From 2006-2007, he served as President of the American Inns of Court.
Derek’s law practice concentrates on automobile wrecks, construction accidents, trucking litigation, workers’ compensation, products liability and premises liability.
In 2011, Derek was inducted into the National Trial Lawyers, Top 100 Attorneys.
Derek and his wife, Shannon, have three children. He and his family are members of First United Methodist Church.