Brandon Price-Crum, was born in Flint, Michigan and was raised in Atlanta, Georgia. He attended Alabama State University (ASU) on full academic scholarship, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. Afterwards, Brandon earned his Juris Doctorate from Florida A&M University College of Law.
While at ASU, Brandon was the Student Government Association Chief Justice and a held numerous leadership position in student organizations. During his time in law school, he held a wide range of legal internships and clerkships in Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. Those experiences include clerking for Judge Charles Price and Judge J.R. Gaines at the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit Court of Alabama, interning for Judge Jason Thompson at the Fayette County State Court, the Fulton County Business Court, and the Orange County Attorney’s Office.
Brandon dedicates his practice to representing those who have been injured or killed in a motor vehicle accident, on the job, or in any other personal injury situation. He focuses on connecting with the client, so that he adequately addresses their specific legal issues. The process of a personal injury claim or lawsuit can be very complex, and Brandon’s goal is to simplify it for each client. Brandon welcomes the opportunity to represent you, if you have suffered a personal injury and are seeking an attorney.
Areas of Practice
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Alabama State University,
B.S. Criminal Justice, magna cum laude - 2015
Honors: Academic Excellence Scholarship
Florida A&M University College of Law,
J.D. – 2018
Honors: Academic Scholarship
Pro Bono Activities
Butler County Junior Law Academy, Program Director
Alabama State University, Adjunct Professor