Founding Partner Warhurst Law in Fairhope, Alabama
Gene Warhurst's career trajectory in Alabama is a testament to his dedication and skill in the insurance and legal sectors. His professional journey commenced in 1988 as a Hartford Insurance property and auto claims adjuster. This role was foundational, immersing him in the nuances of the insurance industry, where he honed his skills in investigating, evaluating, and negotiating various claims. His exceptional grasp of insurance processes was further enhanced by achieving eight postgraduate national insurance designations, including the esteemed Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU). His depth of knowledge in the field propelled him to a senior role, where he managed a team of adjusters responsible for handling complex claims involving hurricanes, fires, business incidents, and personal injuries.
Gene's journey didn't stop there. While excelling as an Insurance Claims Manager, he simultaneously embarked on legal education, eventually graduating from law school. He swiftly passed the bar exam and inaugurated his law practice in 1995, focusing on representing clients with insurance claims.
Today, his legal practice is diverse and client-focused. He specializes in various insurance claim types, including home and commercial property claims, fire and hurricane damage, and personal injury cases arising from various accidents and wrongful death scenarios. Gene offers complimentary initial consultations, demonstrating his commitment to providing accessible legal counsel and support to individuals, public adjusters, and policyholders navigating complex claims.
Before his successful career in insurance and law, Gene was a commissioned officer in the United States Army. This early experience instilled in him a strong sense of discipline and dedication, qualities that have been evident throughout his professional life. he Warhurst's journey reflects rigorous training, in-depth industry knowledge, and a passion for advocating for his clients, making him a respected figure.