Frank S. Buck
Frank Buck grew up in Michigan and attended Michigan State University, where he received his degree in Political Science, Psychology and Sociology. Frank came to Alabama to attend Cumberland School of Law at Samford University. He met his wife, Marti, while in law school. She was a student at Samford. Frank has been practicing law for 43 years and has been married for 43 years. He and Marti have three daughters, Rachel, Ashley and Kerri, as well as four granddaughters. Rachel followed in her father’s footsteps and became a lawyer. Ashley is currently in law school, and Kerri is a nurse practitioner.
Frank clerked for the late Judge Ingram Beasley while in law school. Frank graduated from Cumberland School of Law with his Juris Doctorate degree in 1975. Fresh out of law school, Frank decided to open his own practice and become a criminal defense lawyer. After a few years of criminal work, Frank’s passion for sports led him to become a sports agent. Finally, Frank decided to begin his career handling personal injury cases and found his niche. He loves helping injured people and has a deep passion for his work. Over his long career, he has personally handled over 11,000 car wrecks and other personal injury cases to resolution.