Joshua C. Snable, partner and founder of Snable Law, made a guest appearance on The Attorneys television production on September 1, 2019. The show airs Sundays in Birmingham after the late local news at 10:30 p.m. Hosted by the firm of Hollis Wright Clay & Vail, various legal topics are discussed each week, with Q&A from the audience and moderated by David Lamb. Below is Josh’s appearance, where he talked about premises liability, which entails not only slip and fall, but injuries suffered on the property of another, including dog bite, etc. If you have been injured on the property of another, please call today, (205) 939-0780. Lean on Us!
Joshua was named Top Attorney for personal injury by Birmingham Magazine in 2019. In receiving the award, Joshua states, “To be nominated by one’s peers is the highest form of flattery. To receive this award from such a prestigious publication is simply amazing. I’m truly and deeply honored.”
On May 2, 2019, The Historic Enslen House was purchased by the founding partner, Joshua C. Snable. The Enslen House is a Birmingham landmark, and will be the permanent home for Snable Law, LLC.
The home, originally built in 1906 by Eugene F. Enslen, is on the National Register of Historic Places. This neo-classical mansion was built of Talladega marble, and was designed by Robert Posey, who also designed the two houses to the right of Enslen Mansion. Eugene F. Enslen was the president of both the Jefferson County Savings Bank and the Great Southern Automobile Company. The Jefferson County Savings Bank was one of the first financial institutions in Birmingham. The Great Southern Automobile Company built the "Great Southern" automobile from 1910 to 1914.