Smith, Welch, Webb and White Announces Newest Partners

December 3, 2020

Smith, Welch, Webb and White announced the election of three new partners, effective January 1, 2021.

Managing partners John Webb, Will White, and Andy Welch spoke to the achievements and pride in the new partners, Casey Crumbley, Bianca Davis, and Miranda Hanley. “I have full faith that they will contribute greatly to the continuing success of this firm and carry that success into the future,” Mr. White said during the firm’s virtual zoom meeting. 

The new partners are:

Casey Crumbley practices a variety of law from Estate Planning and Probate to Workers’ Compensation. He has also served as the solicitor for the city of McDonough and Locust Grove. 

Casey’s achievements include admission to the Supreme Court of South Carolina and Georgia, appointed Captain in U.S. Air Force Reserve, and elected as National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40.


Bianca Davis serves the firm with extensive knowledge in Real Estate Law, Title Clearance, and Mortgage Default. She manages the rapidly-growing real estate practice out of our McDonough office.

Bianca’s achievements include being a Gold Sponsor with the Metro South Association of Realtors, producing record breaking numbers in 2020 for McDonough Real Estate Practice, and  she assisted a long standing lender client with complex title resolution.


Miranda Hanley specializes in Workers’ Compensation, Auto Accidents, and other Personal Injury Law. She practices out of the Stockbridge office and is a part of our Southside Personal Injury Attorneys division.

Her achievements include admission to the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, admission to the National Association of Consumer Advocates, handling many successful jury trials, and being elected as a Super Lawyers ‘Rising Star’ from 2020-2021.

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