McCollum and Wilson Practice Areas
At McCollum and Wilson in Auburn, Alabama, our goal is to represent your interests and put your life back together so you can move forward. A major part of that goal is getting you the compensation you deserve or protection and advisement you need.
We have a strong record in court and much of our time is spent in litigation. We build cases for trial from the start and make it clear to our opposition that we will represent our client fully, no matter what. Our success stories are public, so our opposition knows our success record and that we are serious about our client's cases.
McCollum and Wilson can schedule a consultation to discuss your legal questions and concerns. To schedule your consultation, call us at 334-821-7799 or email us. If you cannot make an appointment during normal business hours, after hours and weekend appointments may be available upon request.
Minor in Possession
If you or someone you know has been charged with minor in possession, contact us to find out your options. Many times, defendants act without knowing all the details of their charge. Be in the know.
Being charged with public intoxication can not only cause embarassment in your life, but pain and suffering as well. Contact us to find out how to deal with your charge discreetly and as quickly as possible.
If you are in conflict with a business or are a business seeking resolution to a dispute with another business or individual, McCollum and Wilson can help.
DUI & Misdemeanor Defense
Driving under the influence, public intoxication, and minor in possession of alcohol are serious criminal offenses that require delicate care and attention from a legal professional.
If you have been accused of usage, possession, distribution, or manufacture of controlled substances, we are at your immediate assistance to get you the help and support you need.
Personal injury refers to an injury to the body, mind, emotions, finances or reputation. If you believe your injury has been caused by the negligence of another, you may have the right to damages.
A wrongful death claim is a death that is caused by the wrongful act or negligence of another. The deceased heirs may have a right to collect damages on behalf of their loved one.
Alabama law now allows for individuals in Alabama, who meet specific criteria, to expunge their criminal record. The expungement process can be applied for in Circuit court regardless of where the original record was established.
Are you going through the process of a divorce? McCollum and Wilson offers caring and professional representation for your best interests.