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Effective litigators don’t just know the law.  They know the courts.  It’s the fundamental philosophy that has guided Carr Allison since day one.

Over the past 25 years, Carr Allison has strategically expanded our ability to provide quality legal services to our clients throughout the Southeast.  Our offices are deliberately located in a five-state footprint which includes all of Alabama and moves along the I-10 Gulf Coast Corridor from Gulfport (MS) to Jacksonville (FL).  We cover the entire state of Georgia from our Atlanta and Brunswick offices, with support from Georgia-licensed attorneys resident in our Jacksonville and Tallahassee (FL) and Dothan (AL) offices, as well as our northernmost location in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  We are now providing legal services for our clients south of the Gulf Coast Corridor from our new Orlando location.  Carr Allison offers the kind of confident legal representation that only comes from firsthand experience.

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Oliver, Vann and Team Obtain Favorable Verdict

Carr Allison shareholders Tom Oliver and Dennis Vann successfully defended a hazmat motor carrier in a week-long trial in Birmingham (AL). The case was brought following an incident in 2019 that alleged the motor carrier unloaded a chemical into the wrong tank creating a hazardous gas cloud affecting numerous employees […]

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Zwilling to Present Webinar on Simplifying Compliance with the MSPA in Liability Cases

Determining the steps to take in liability cases to ensure compliance with the Medicare Secondary Payer Act can be very confusing. Dealing with delays, miscommunications, fluctuating claim amounts and difficult plaintiffs or opposing counsel often results in frustration. This webinar will include a discussion of the law, including some very […]

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Zwilling Explains the DOL’s New Independent Contractor Rule

The DOL’s New Independent Contractor rule for classifying whether someone is an employee, or an independent contractor took effect March 11, 2024. Melisa Zwiling explains this new rule so you don’t find yourself in legal trouble. Watch this prerecorded video on the PLUS Blog to learn how to comply with […]

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