State and Local Government

Trussell, Funderburg, Rea, Bell & Furgerson, P.C. is proud to represent the cities of Pell City, Odenville, and Margaret. In addition, we have assisted other municipalities in special transactions for commercial development.

Powers not granted to the federal government are reserved for the states and the people, which are divided between state and local governments. The law outlines state and local governmental operations, as well as define the state and local governments’ relationship with other governmental entities, agencies, and businesses. It also sets out what is supposed to be done and actions to be followed when dealing with state and local government. The Constitution of the State of Alabama requires that local and state government laws be balanced and support one another in providing clear guidelines.

Our state and local laws cover a broad range of areas from employment law, business law, civil and criminal litigation laws, as well as regulatory and legislative laws. These laws are complex and require specialized knowledge. The attorneys at Trussell, Funderburg, Rea, Bell & Furgerson, P.C. can assist you with understanding your rights and options.

Why hire an attorney?
State and local government laws are complicated and require specialized knowledge in order to understand and interpret them. Experienced state and local government attorneys are the best people to seek help from when you find yourself stranded without knowing which actions to take. If you have potential litigation, employment issues, regulatory or procedural issues, an experienced attorney can be helpful in navigating these complex laws.