Beau T. Shrable

Beau T. Shrable

Founder & Attorney

Background & Experiences

Beau T. Shrable was admitted to practice law in Georgia in 2012. He practices in the areas of personal injury, general liability defense, and insurance coverage. Beau  is a committed and straight-talking trial attorney focused on helping people obtain justice in personal injury cases. A trial attorney who is not afraid to try any case, he is committed to fighting for the justice his clients deserve. He has diverse experience trying countless cases and knows the ins and outs of insurance companies. Priding himself on being honest, he is always straight with his clients and has a no-nonsense approach to litigation. He enjoys the courtroom and is always excited to come to work.

He graduated from Arkansas State University in 2005, where he was a scholarship athlete, playing fullback and noseguard on the Red Wolves football team, with a bachelor’s degree in political science, and graduated cum laude in 2012 from Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law in Macon, Georgia.

Prior to starting his own law firm, Mr. Shrable was an Airborne Ranger in the United States Army, stationed at Fort Benning, and served in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Deployed to Iraq in 2007, Beau was a platoon leader of the 3rd Platoon, Baker Company, 1-15 Infantry, which was Audie Murphy’s platoon in WWII. He received several medals and accommodations, including the Ranger Tab, Combat Infantryman’s Badge, and Expert Infantryman’s Badge, rising to the rank of Infantry Captain. He brings that drive and determination to the cases he handles at The Shrable Law Firm.

5 Lessons From the Military Beau Applies to His Practice

  1. We all have self imposed limits on what we can do. Each time we bust through one of those barriers, we grow and realize very little is impossible.
  2. Lead from the front. I cannot ask an associate, secretary, or client to be here at 8 a.m. if I am going to roll in at 8:05. Leaders have to be the standard.
  3. Leadership is responsible for everything that happens on their watch regardless of whether they knew or could have known about it.
  4. No one cares about excuses, only results. The military term is Proffer No Excuses: Never volunteer excuses or explain a shortcoming unless an explanation is required. The Army demands results. More damage than good is done by proffering unsought excuses.
  5. There is a right and wrong way of doing everything. Better off doing things right because if you take a short cut, you will pay the price.

Affiliations

  • American Bar Association (Member)
  • State Bar of Georgia, General Practice & Trial Law, Member
  • State Bar of Georgia, Tort & Insurance Law, Member
  • Dougherty County Bar Association, Member
  • Georgia Defense Lawyers Association, Member

Education

  • Mercer University
    Walter F. Georgia School of Law
    Macon, Georgia
    J.D. Cum Laude
  • Arkansas State University
    Jonesboro, Arkansas
    B.A.

Awards

  • Super Lawyers Rising Stars, 2019 & 2020
  • AV® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®
  • Southwest Georgia 40 under 40

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