LaBarron joined Beasley Allen Law Firm in 1995 and has been instrumental in presenting product liability, consumer fraud and personal injury cases. He was the first African American partner at a major law firm in Montgomery, Alabama.
As a Beasley Allen attorney for more than 20 years, he has handled an array of cases involving crashworthiness, seatbelt restraint failures, accidental airbag deployments, tractor rollovers, tire tread separation (Ford/Firestone) and consumer and insurance fraud. Most recently, LaBarron has taken on the nation’s opioid epidemic.
LaBarron has been meeting with government officials across the country to discuss solutions that will stop the needless loss of lives caused by the opioid crisis. LaBarron has made it his personal mission to see that states, counties, cities and hospitals hold accountable those responsible for this senseless tragedy, which now kills more Americans than gun homicides and car crashes combined.
LaBarron has been highlighted in national magazines and journals throughout his career. For example, he was featured in the December 13, 1999, issue of Jet Magazine. The article profiled Merriweather v. Whirlpool and Aultman v. Terex Telelect.
He also has been featured for his work with Johnny Cochran on suits concerning Enron’s leading role in one of America’s largest financial scandals. In addition, he was featured in the April 2000 edition of the Kappa Alpha Psi Journal, in which he discussed the law and how it relates to consumer issues; he was featured as well in The Urban Metro June 2000 issue titled, “Lawyer Make Big Strides in Alabama’s, America’s Legal Community.”
LaBarron was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama.
LaBarron is married to Lori David Boone and has two children, Micah and Logan. They are members of Resurrection Catholic Church.