Cory Watson Attorneys Announces New Principal, Adds Two New Associates

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Cory Watson Attorneys, a nationally recognized personal injury law firm, has named Hirlye R. “ Ryan” Lutz III a Principal of the firm. Mr. Lutz is co-chairman of the firm’s Class Action litigation team focusing his practice on consumer protection and product liablity litigation.

Ryan Lutz joined Cory Watson Attorneys in 2006. He has been recognized by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star and has been named to Top Birmingham Attorneys. Mr. Lutz is a graduate of Auburn University and received his law degree at Cumberland School of Law.

Cory Watson Attorneys is also proud to welcome two new associate attorneys to the firm, Lauren Miller and Curt Tanner.

Lauren Sanderson Miller has joined Cory Watson Attorneys as an Associate. Mrs. Miller focuses her practice on complex mass tort litigation involving pharmaceutical drugs and defective medical devices, product liability and representing survivors of sexual assault or abuse. Mrs. Miller received her J.D. at Cumberland School of Law at Samford University and is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University.

J. Curt Tanner has been named an Associate of Cory Watson Attorneys. Mr. Tanner focuses his practice on personal injury litigation including motor vehicle accidents, mass tort litigation involving prescription drugs and defective medical devices and multidistrict litigation. Mr. Tanner is a graduate of Auburn University. He received his J.D. from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University.


Cory Watson Attorneys is a Birmingham, Alabama personal injury law firm recognized nationally for its practice areas of complex litigation including class actions and mass tort litigation involving pharmaceutical drugs and defective medical devices. The firm has an extensive practice in environmental law and individual personal injury cases including those involving automobile accidents, product liability, sexual abuse, catastrophic injury, and wrongful death.

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