Winston R. Grow


Winston Grow has over 25 years of experience in handling personal injury, construction defect and contract claims. He has tried a number of jury trials to verdict, and has tried numerous bench trials and arbitrations.  As part of his construction and contract practice, he regularly prepares and/or reviews contracts, general conditions of the contract for construction, leases, LLC agreements, real property and business purchase agreements, and loan documents.

Practice Areas

  • Civil Trials
  • Construction Defect
  • Personal Injury
  • Business Law
  • Products Liability
  • Professional Liability


  • Spring Hill College (BA)
  • Tulane University (JD)


  • Admitted to Alabama, Florida and Mississippi Bar Associations
  • United States District Courts, Southern and Northern Districts of Alabama, Northern District of Florida,
  • United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
  • Registered Mediator, Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution


  • Mobile Bar Association
  • Affiliate Member, American Institute of Architects, Mobile Chapter


  • “Basic Legal Research for Paralegals,” Seminar, Mobile, Alabama (2001)
  • “Recent Issues in Arbitration,” Seminar, Alabama Young Lawyers, Destin, Florida (2002)
  • “AIA Contracts,” Seminar, Mobile, Alabama (2005)
  • “AIA Contracts: The Architect’s Agreement With The Owner, Including The
    Architect’s Role In The Construction Of The Project,” Teleconference (2006)
  • “Defenses To Claims Against Architects, Engineers And Contractors
    Including Statutes Of Limitations, Privity of Contract And Notice,”
    Seminar, Mobile, Alabama (2007)
  • “Selection, Use and Management of Expert Witnesses,” Seminar, Birmingham, Alabama (2010)
  • “Construction Defects 101,” Seminar, Charlotte, North Carolina (2011)
  • Speaker, Winter Meeting, Alabama Chapter of American Society of Civil Engineers (2013)
  • Speaker, February 2019 Meeting, Mobile Chapter of American Society of Civil Engineers

Matters of Note

  • Represented large financial entity in construction defect claim involving hotel with 200 guestrooms
  • Represented homeowners in construction defect claim
  • Represented plaintiffs and defendants in personal injury claims
  • Represented lead architects in high-rise and low-rise condominium defect lawsuits on the Alabama Gulf Coast
  • Represented large financial entity in several construction defect claims involving high-rise office towers
  • Represented mechanical engineering firm in several multimillion dollar moisture claims involving condominiums along the Florida Gulf Coast
  • Represented homeowners in claims for breach of purchase agreements
  • Represented construction services firm in business delay claim involving one of the largest projects ever built in the US
  • Represented geotechnical engineering firm in a foundation design claim involving a high-rise tower
  • Represented homeowners in claims involving improper drainage
  • Represented engineering firms in claims involving water runoff and detention ponds
  • Represented engineering firm in a sewer system design claim involving more than 100 individual plaintiffs in Washington County, Alabama