National Law Firm Honors America’s Teachers with 4th Annual ‘Teacher of the Month’ Initiative

Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys Awards Five Teacher Monthly with $500


To honor teachers across the country for their commitment and hard work in making a positive difference in the lives of their students, Alabama-headquartered law firm Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys is proud to announce the fourth edition of their national Teacher of the Month initiative.


“As a father of three, nothing is more important to me than the future of our country’s next generation,” states Alexander Shunnarah, President and CEO of Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys. “Through the Teacher of the Month campaign, our goal is to honor and highlight the dedication of educators across the United States. Teachers are the building blocks for our children’s success, and my law firm is proud to support their hard work each year through this token of our appreciation.”


The tremendously successful campaign has received thousands of nominations and rewarded over 80 teachers around the country over the last three years. The 4th Annual ‘Alexander Shunnarah Teacher of the Month’ campaign will recognize five teachers each month with nominations accepted from every state and region. The deserving teachers will be named Alexander Shunnarah’s ‘Teacher of the Month,’ receive a $500 VISA gift card to purchase supplies and resources for their classrooms, and have their photo featured on one of Alexander Shunnarah’s digital billboards for the day.


Across the Southeast, Alexander Shunnarah is known as the “Billboard King” with thousands of billboards lining the interstates and highways. By ‘sharing’ his billboard with educators and teachers across the country, Alexander Shunnarah hopes to celebrate them in a unique and impactful way.


“When I think about how excited I was to receive this award, my heart is overwhelmed with joy to this day,” states Kathryn Fluker, Teacher of the Month honoree from Green Acres Middle School in Birmingham, Alabama. “If I can make a positive difference for just one child in the course of my day at work, then I am a proud librarian. I am always inspired by the students that I teach. They are truly my reason for coming to work. To be recognized for doing something positive to reach our students was truly an honor.”


Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys has prioritized giving back to the community since the firm’s inception in 2001. Two decades later, in 2021, the firm officially launched its national expansion with over 20 offices across 9 states. With this growth came a redefined passion for connecting with clients and serving communities across the country.


“Last year marked twenty years of Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys and while our values have remained consistent, our scale and scope have expanded to best serve the incredible people we represent,” states Alexander Shunnarah. “As the firm expands nationally, it’s time our community impact does, too. I am so proud of this campaign and the opportunity to highlight the committed teachers across the country that are shaping our children’s future.”


About Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys

Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys is an Alabama-based personal injury law firm headed and owned by world-renowned attorney Alexander Shunnarah. The firm has over 500 qualified and experienced attorneys and staff members vast in handling all types of claims for injured clients. The firm consistently recovers substantial settlements in lawsuits involving personal injury, auto accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, wrongful death, social security disability, pharmaceutical litigation, drug recalls, medical devices, and mass torts throughout the United States.


The award-winning firm has represented over 60,000 clients and has since recovered more than $1 billion on their behalf. The company takes great satisfaction in offering top-notch legal counsel and superior client representation.

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