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With offices strategically located throughout Alabama and the I-10 Gulf Coast corridor from Gulfport, Mississippi to Tallahassee, Florida, and north to our Chattanooga, Tennessee office, Carr Allison offers the kind of confident legal representation that only comes from firsthand experience. We have accumulated decades of closely cultivated relationships at the local level, wherever our clients' interests lie.
Carr Allison is pleased to welcome associate Angel A. Darmer to the Birmingham office. Her litigation practice is primarily focused on the defense of personal injury, premises liability, products liability, transportation and workers’ compensation matters. Ms. Darmer has successfully obtained summary judgments on behalf of her clients, as well as defense verdicts at trial. Ms. Darmer graduated summa cum laude from the University of Alabama in Huntsville with a B.A. in Psychology and Spanish. She studied Experimental Psychology at the graduate level at the University of Alabama in Huntsville before earning her J.D. from Cumberland School of Law. She is also fluent in Spanish.
Shareholder Jeremy P. Taylor, of the Mobile office, has been asked to speak at two separate events this month. His first stop will be at the Transportation Mega Conference XII, March 11-13, 2015 in New Orleans. His presentation will cover the topic of preservation letters. He will also be speaking at the American Conference Institute’s 5th National Forum on Defending and Managing Trucking Litigation March 24-25, 2015 in Chicago. His topic will focus on handling the DOT audit and its implications. To find out more about each conference, please click on the links below.
Sean W. Martin, shareholder in the Chattanooga office, co-authored an article that appears in the latest edition of the FDCC Quarterly. The article titled, "Are you as Guilty as the Criminal? Liability for Criminal Acts of Third Parties and Employees", takes an in-depth look at premises owners responsible for injuries caused by the criminal acts of third parties even when the third party is an employee of the premises owner. In addition to the law on the subject, the article also discusses various insurance policy provisions which are implicated in these types of cases.
The FDCC Quarterly is a scholarly publication of The Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel.