Benjamin Crump Biography
Benjamin Crump is the founder of the Tallahassee, Florida-based law firm Ben Crump Law. Benjamin is best recognized for representing the family of Michael Brown, an 18-year-old African-American male shot and killed by police in Ferguson, Missouri. He is also presenting the Floyd Family.
Ben Crump represents clients in some of the most important and contentious cases of our time, taking a place in legal history with his pursuit of justice. His legacy is built around the Holtzclaw) and Robbie Tolan cases show a legacy built around the idea that the Constitution applies to everyone, at every level of society.
Benjamin Crump Age
Born on October 10, 1969, Benjamin Crump is 50 years old as of early 2020.
Benjamin Crump Family
Ben’s biological father served in the United States Army while his mother Helen worked as a hotel maid and in a local Converse shoe factory. He grew up in an extended family and was raised by his grandmother Mittie. He was the oldest of nine siblings and step-siblings. His stepfather is a math teacher, whom Crump identifies as his father.
Benjamin Crump Education
Born and raised in Lumberton, North Carolina, as the eldest of nine siblings and step-siblings. Crump received his undergraduate and law degrees from Florida State University.
Benjamin Crump Wife
Crump is married to Genae Angelique Crump and together with the couple ahs 2 children
Benjamin Crump Networth
According to Ebony magazine Benjaminj is among the Top 100 best and highly paid Lawyers. He has an Estimated Networth of $3 Million.
Benjamin Crump George Floyd
George Floyd’s family hired an independent autopsy that found he died from asphyxia due to sustained forceful pressure. Ben Crump and co-counsel Antonio Romanucci, who are representing the family of George Floyd, announced the findings of the independent autopsy Monday afternoon.
Dr. Michael Baden and d Dr. Allecia Wilson conducted the Autopsy. It is said that he sustained pressure on George Floyd’s neck impeded blood flow to the brain while the weight on his back impeded his ability to breathe. They ruled the manner of death as a homicide.