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Danielle Ingram

Danielle Ingram is a Tennessee native and the first of her family to become an attorney. Before joining King Simmons, she lived in Montgomery, AL and worked in Beasley Allen’s Toxic Torts section. She represented clients in a variety of complex civil matters—centering on toxic exposure, mass torts, and products liability—including national Roundup and 3M Earplug litigation. She also helped represent individual clients with severe injuries from exploding consumer products. 


Mrs. Ingram earned her law degree from Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law. She clerked in Beasley Allen’s personal injury section where she assisted attorneys in the areas of personal injury and product liability, and for the Honorable John E. Enslen in Elmore County, AL, where she assisted in probate matters. She was also recognized as an Eagle Scholar, received top paper in Advanced Legal Analysis, and was named a competitor in the annual J. Greg Allen Mock Trial Competition. 


Mrs. Ingram was admitted to the Alabama State Bar in 2019 and moved to Fairhope, Alabama in 2021 with her husband and two sons—Alexander and Anson—to be closer to the coast. Her husband, Ivan Ingram, is also an attorney. Danielle enjoys running, hiking, cooking, and going to the beach on weekends with her family. They are members at St. James Episcopal Church in Fairhope. 


Mrs. Ingram is a member of the Baldwin County State Bar Association, the Mobile Bar Association, the State Bar Young Lawyer’s Section, and State Bar Women’s Section. 

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