Murray S. Flint is a partner in the firm’s coverage and commercial litigation practice area. He handles arson and fraud claims, advises insurance carriers on coverage issues and defends companies both before and during civil litigation.

Additionally, Murray represents businesses and individuals in the areas of construction defects, premises liability, product liability, personal injury and appellate advocacy.

Murray has tried multiple high-exposure cases to verdict and prepared successful briefs in both state and federal appellate courts. He has defended companies in a variety of complex disputes, including one matter where the plaintiff claimed approximately $20 million in damages.

Murray’s top priority is protecting his clients’ legal interests, and he strives to make their lives easier by doing so. He understands that whether his clients’ legal matters are personal or professional, there is always something at stake. He seeks to provide his clients with the best solution to every legal matter they face. 

Murray credits his father for teaching him the meaning of hard work and overcoming adversity, which has shaped his perspective on helping clients and winning cases.


  • Bench and Bar Legal Honor Society
  • Best Paper in Trial Advocacy, Law School
  • Mid-South Super Lawyers Rising Star, 2020
  • Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch, 2021-Present


  • Alabama State Bar
  • State Bar of Georgia
  • Alabama Symphony Orchestra, Junior Board Member
  • Birmingham Bar Association, Court Liaison Committee
  • DRI, Litigation Skills Committee Publications Chair & 2025 Litigation Skills Seminar Vice-Chair 


Murray lives in Homewood, Alabama with his wife, Rachel, and their son, Stephen. Murray is passionate about the game of golf and enjoys competing in amateur events, building and refurbishing clubs and reading about golf history and architecture. He is also an avid Georgia football fan.



  • Murray has successfully tried multiple high exposure cases to verdict. In one notable matter, his team obtained a defense verdict following a seven-figure demand.
  • He has handled multiple high-stakes appeals and defended businesses against eight-figure damage claims, including a notable case with a $20 million damage claim.


Bar Admittances

  • Alabama
  • Georgia


The University of Alabama School of Law (J.D., 2015)

University of Georgia (B.A., 2011)

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