At Warhurst Law we take our job very seriously for our clients when representing them for their insurance claim, whether it be for a personal injury auto accident, a property damage insurance claim to a home, or a total fire loss insurance claim for a large business. We realize the impact of losing a home or business to a storm or fire, being in an car accident, or sustaining an injury. We work tirelessly to make sure our clients are taken care of in every way, while guiding them through the intricate claims process with their insurance company to recover the most money possible. We believe in treating our clients like family and make no exception when we advocate for our clients best interests against the insurance company. Warhurst knows and has personal knowledge of the strategy the insurance company relies on to deny, delay, or underpay claims, and uses that knowledge to efficiently and effectively settle your claim many times without a lawsuit. Warhurst Law makes it a priority to provide the best experience possible for our clients while navigating the claim process by keeping our clients aprised about the various aspects of their claim and answering any of their questions.
Tenley Fullington Warhurst
Tenley grew up in Clearfield, Pennsylvania as the daughter of a successful businessman and nurse. Her family owned and operated a successful bus company, Fullington Auto Bus Company, since 1908, as well as owning and operating two car dealerships, and arestaurant. Tenley left Pennsylvania after high school, to attend the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, which she graduated with honors in 2009 with a B.S. in Oceanography and a commission as an Officer with the US Navy as a Pilot . She was then stationed at NAS Pensacola. After leaving the Navy with an honorable discharge, Tenley worked for Eli Lilly as a pharmaceutical sales rep until 2013 when the company severely downsized due to patent expiration. Tenley then began working for her husband, Gene, in his law practice as his legal assistant, bookkeeper, and techno guru. Tenley has used her love of data, organization, computers and programming, to transition to a paperless, efficient, and all Mac office to maximize the experience for clients while decreasing the workload and time needed to evaluate and process a case file.
Tenley lives with her husband, Gene, in Fairhope, Alabama with their dog, Tug and three cats, Sassy, Pickles, and Bubba. When she’s not working, she enjoys running, cooking, boating, and playing table tennis.