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Allen L. Broughton

Allen L. Broughton is a practicing Georgia attorney and North Carolina personal injury lawyer who has earned a reputation as a skilled trial lawyer. He has earned significant recoveries for his clients and several million and multi-million dollar rewards. He practices in both the firm’s Georgia office and the North Carolina office, with an emphasis on personal injury, product liability, premises liability, and auto and motorcycle accident cases.

Allen began his career in a large Atlanta law firm where he gained extensive experience defending insurance companies, trucking companies, auto accident defendants and retail business establishments for both injury and commercial litigation cases. Allen started his own firm in 2000, focusing his practice on the representation of individuals who have suffered a personal injury. Allen has excelled at reaching positive results for his clients in personal injury matters, due in large part to Allen’s background in handling insurance matters pertaining to personal injury claims prior to starting his firm. Because of his insurance defense background, Allen has a strong grasp of what is necessary to achieve a good outcome with an insurance company in personal injury matters. Unlike many lawyers who are content to seek an early settlement of a case, Allen prepares each case for trial in an effort to maximize the recovery for the client.

Allen has been both lead counsel and co-counsel in a number of significant jury trials in both Georgia and North Carolina. Allen has tried cases involving wrongful death, catastrophic injury and permanent disability. He has secured millions of dollars of relief on behalf of the firm’s clients. Allen has been asked to speak to fellow lawyers on trial techniques, and has done so on various topics, including the use of demonstrative evidence at trial.

Allen’s professional accomplishments have been recognized by his peers. In 2003 he was given an AV rating by Martindale Hubbell, which is the highest peer rating for legal ability and ethical standards.

Bar Admissions:

  • Georgia, 1993
  • Washington, D.C, 1994
  • North Carolina, 2000


  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – B.S. B.A., 1990
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – J.D., 1993 With Honors, Class President

Honors, Awards & Memberships:

  • Martindale Hubbell AV Rated (highest peer rating for legal ability and ethical standards)
  • Martindale Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers
  • American Trial Lawyers Association
  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
  • The Verdict Club – Platinum Member (premier trial attorneys awarded special recognition based on verdicts in excess of one million dollars).

Bret Moore

Bret Moore focuses his practice on representing individuals against wealthy corporations and powerful lawyers, in both trials and appeals. Bret has successfully represented plaintiffs and appellants in personal injury and professional malpractice cases and focuses his practice on those areas.

After graduating from college, Bret was a geologist and environmental consultant for about five years before going to law school. After graduating early from law school, Bret began his career in-house in the litigation department at a large financial services firm during the height of the recession, and quickly gained significant experience in negotiating and resolving securities-related complaints. Bret started his own firm in 2011, and very early on focused his practice on the representation of individuals who have suffered a personal injury or professional malpractice, especially legal malpractice. Between 2014 and 2018, Bret was a partner in a small firm focused primarily on legal malpractice and State Bar of Georgia disciplinary defense matters.

Bret joined Broughton Law in 2019 and has appeared as lead counsel in several trials and appeals. He practices in all courts in Georgia, including federal court in the Northern and Middle Districts of Georgia, as well as state courts in Alabama. Bret continues to focus on jury trials and appeals in personal injury and legal malpractice cases.

Bar Admissions:

  • Georgia, 2008
  • Alabama, 2018


  • Auburn University – B.S./Geology, 1990
  • Georgia State University College of Law – J.D., Dec. 2007

Honors, Awards & Memberships:

  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association