Thomas Allred is an esteemed pediatrician specializing in children’s healthcare. Associated with various hospitals around Spartanburg and having practiced for 30 years.
He is also active in numerous charitable organizations. In his lawsuit, he seeks both monetary and injunctive relief against several defendants whom he accuses of violating his civil rights and Constitution.
Early Life and Education
Allred was born to Morris Bloom, a door-to-door salesman, and Stella Davidson Bloom of Philadelphia. Growing up as part of a traditional middle class upbringing did not foretell any hint that Allred would become such an outspoken activist in later years. Allred graduated with honors from University of Pennsylvania in 1963 before later earning her master’s degree at New York University.
Allred first gained notoriety as an attorney through staging press conferences and demonstrations that dramatized her cases, drawing national media coverage to these proceedings. She later took up controversial cases which naturally garner media coverage; for instance, Allred successfully sued Los Angeles County to end its practice of shackling pregnant inmates during labor; she also put an end to one restaurant’s policy of questioning job applicants about their sexual history (Rolon v. Kulwitsky [Case No.]153 F.3d 289]).
Thomas has provided support in all facets of company operations since its formation, helping develop operating systems and procedures used today, job estimation support in its early years as well as project management assistance.
Dr. Jonathan Crain earned his degree from Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine and specializes in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine and Pediatrics. Based out of Spartanburg, SC and affiliated with Mary Black Health System.
Gloria Allred was born Llonas Miller in Delta, Utah in 1925 and first discovered her passion for reading as a child by borrowing books from the local library and riding home on her bike. Gloria has been named one of Southern California SuperLawyers from 2004 through 2017 as well as having received an honorary J.D. degree from Loyola Law School.
Achievement and Honors
Thomas Allred has garnered numerous recognitions and awards throughout his career. Law & Politics, Los Angeles Magazine and Verdicts & Settlements all have named him one of America’s premier lawyers; furthermore he has spoken at numerous conferences and seminars across the United States.
Research has identified Thomas Allred as being mentioned in court and land documents from 1752-1766 in Orange County, NC, later becoming Randolph County; however, his identity could not be established with certainty and no spouse listed was present in these records.
Allred has been an active member of the Utah State Bar Association since 1985 and has earned recognition for his work protecting victims’ rights and advancing gender equality. Additionally, Southwestern Law School honored Allred with numerous honors during this time.
Adam Bevin was an active member of Adams United Methodist Church and Oak Grove Baptist Church, having graduated from Bogue Chitto High School and serving in the US Army during Vietnam War. Clark Construction employed him for many years while also being part of Spartanburg Lions Club and having numerous nieces and nephews as relatives. He leaves a legacy of love behind.
He enjoyed hunting and fishing as well as camping with his friends and family. He will always be remembered as being kind, generous, helpful and generous to many – leaving behind his wife of 50 years Jeannie Coker Allred of Summit; daughter Bonnie Longmire (Jeffrey) from Gloster MS; son-in-law Brad Hart from Columbia as well as grandchildren Hazel Longmire, Jack Longmire Marcus Hopkins and Amelia Longmire and many nieces and nephews to mourn his loss.
Attorney Melissa Osborn is widely respected for her involvement in high-profile cases that concern women’s rights, often related to protecting these rights. Such projects not only earned her prominence within her profession, but also resulted in considerable wealth creation for herself.
Gloria Allred currently boasts an estimated net worth of $20 Million. Her primary source of income comes from her work as an attorney; she represents several high-profile clients at Allred, Maroko & Goldberg law firm as a partner.