Ashleigh HunnicuttAssociate

Address

100 Vestavia Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35216

Phone

205-949-2927
205-822-2057 (fax)

Professional Profile

Ashleigh Hunnicutt is an associate in the Birmingham, Alabama office of Carr Allison.  Her litigation practice focuses on workers’ compensation and premises liability.

Ashleigh graduated from the University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts in History and earned her Juris Doctor from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University.  While in law school, she served as the Research and Writing Editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy and was a member of Cumberland’s Trial Advocacy Board.

 

Practice Areas

Admitted to Practice

Alabama

Education

BA, University of Virginia

JD, Cumberland School of Law at Samford University

Affiliations

Birmingham Bar Association

 

News

Best Lawyers Recognizes 27 Carr Allison Attorneys

Carr Allison is excited to announce that 27 attorneys, across three states, have been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2020 for excellence in their respective practice areas.   In Alabama: · Birmingham office: o Brett Adair (Employment Law) o Russell Q. Allison (Insurance Law) o C. Steven Ball (Commercial Litigation) o Charles F. Carr (Personal […]

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Carr Allison Attorneys Earn Defense Verdict in Federal Court

Carr Allison attorneys Katy Beth Carr (Florence, AL) and Brett Adair (Birmingham, AL) earned a defense verdict following a jury trial in the employment case of Spurling v. Total Computer Solutions in federal court in Decatur, Alabama.  The  Plaintiff claimed the Defendant owed substantial commission payments allegedly earned during employment […]

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Carr Allison’s Darmer is Featured Speaker at AEI Event

Carr Allison Shareholder Angel A. Darmer (Birmingham, AL) spoke recently about product failure involving printed circuit boards during an Advanced Engineering Investigations (AEI) Corporation “Flashover Fridays” event in Littleton, Colorado.  Angel focused her remarks on the legal implications of printed circuit board failures with regard to product liability claims and […]

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