Mobile Bay Magazine selected Starnes Davis Florie’s Weathers Bolt to their 2022 Class of Top 40 Under 40. The publication quotes “this year’s class of young, local professionals is raising the bar of success and inspiring optimism for this new year on the Bay.”
Weathers is a partner with Starnes Davis Florie’s Mobile office. His practice is devoted to general civil litigation with a focus in the areas of commercial transactions, malpractice litigation, and administrative compliance. He is active in the local Bar Association serving as the President of the Mobile Young Lawyer Section.
He earned his law degree from the University of Alabama School of Law where he served as Managing Editor of the Alabama Law Review. For undergrad, Weathers attended Emory University where he was a member of the varsity swim team.
From the publication, Mobile Bay Magazine:
Law partners describe Weathers as one of the brightest young lawyers in Mobile, having tried perhaps more complex jury trials than anyone else of his age in Alabama. Since joining the firm nine years ago, Weathers has focused his attention on civil litigation such as warranty claims, product liability, physician malpractice, fraud and personal injury claims. Over the course of the pandemic, he has used his experience handling OSHA matters to give numerous presentations on, and assist a wide range of clients with, federal regulation related to COVID-19. Weathers is a member of Order of Fuse and is preparing to launch a water safety program for underserved communities in Mobile County.
Alma Mater Emory University
Spouse + children Molly; Willa (5), Wright (2)
First job Swim coach
What did you want to be when you grew up? Garbage man
High School Superlative Best abs (this one didn’t age very well)
Where would you take an out-of-town guest to eat? Red or White
Best advice you’ve ever received Be grateful. My grandfather John taught me, as much through his actions as his words, to be thankful for the people and experiences we are fortunate to enjoy.
If I were Mayor, I would… Close Lower Dauphin Street to cars.
If Mobile had its own Mt. Rushmore, who would you put on it? Hank Aaron, Joe Cain, Lonnie Johnson, E.O. Wilson