Caroline T. PryorShareholder


6251 Monroe Street
Suite 200
Daphne, AL 36526


251-455-2821 (cell)
251-626-8928 (fax)

Professional Profile

Caroline T. Pryor is a shareholder in Carr Allison’s Mobile, Alabama office where she has practiced since 1999.  Caroline’s practice areas include the defense of professional liability matters, complex litigation, transportation, worker’s compensation and premises liability matters, with a focus on matters pending in federal court.  In addition to handling matters in active litigation, Caroline is called upon by her clients to assist in pre-suit discovery matters, as well as to provide advice and assistance in the investigation of claims.

An AV-rated lawyer through Martindale-Hubbell, Caroline holds memberships in the Alabama State Bar Association, the Mobile County Bar Association and the Baldwin County Bar Association.  She has served as Chair of the USLAW Retail Practice Group and Vice Chair of the USLAW E-Discovery Group.  In 2011, she was named to the Mid-South Super Lawyers® Rising Stars list.

Practice Areas

Admitted to Practice


United States District Court, Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Alabama

The Tribal Court for the Poarch Band of Creek Indians


BS, Spring Hill College (AL)

JD, Saint Louis University School of Law


Baldwin County Bar Association

Mobile Bar Association

American Bar Association

Mid-South Super Lawyers Rising Stars, 2011

USLAW Network; Past Chair of Retail Practice Group,  Past Vice-Chair of E-Discovery Group

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News Updates About Caroline T. Pryor

Pryor and Ryan Earn Summary Judgment

Carr Allison shareholders Caroline Pryor and Sarah Ryan recently won summary judgment in Mobile County Circuit Court (AL) for a premises owner.  The plaintiff in the case alleged that she tripped and fell on a step which she said she did not see before she fell.   The defense argued that […]

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Pryor and Townsley Obtain Summary Judgement

Carr Allison attorneys Caroline Pryor and Alex Townsley of our Mobile (AL) office, recently won Summary Judgment for a retail client in a case where the plaintiff tripped on a gas pump island, sustaining a fractured shoulder.  In support of the argument that the gas pump island was open and […]

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Pryor and Townsley Secure Defense Verdict

Caroline Pryor and Alex Townsley of Carr Allison’s Mobile (AL) office recently tried a premises liability case to defense verdict in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Alabama.  The Plaintiff in the case alleged that a display created by the defendant’s employees constituted a hidden, hazardous […]

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36 Carr Allison Attorneys Recognized by Best Lawyers in America®

Carr Allison is excited to announce that 36 attorneys, across three states, have been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2021 for excellence in their respective practice areas.   ALABAMA – Birmingham – Best Lawyers in America ® R. Brett Adair – employment law management Russell Q. Allison […]

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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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Pryor Wins Defense Verdict

Shareholder Caroline T. Pryor of Carr Allison’s Mobile AL office earned a defense verdict in a Mobile County trip and fall case in which the plaintiff alleged that a store owner negligently failed to properly maintain its premises and negligently failed to warn the plaintiff of a packing box which […]

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Pryor Competes in Weeks Bay Foundation Race

Shareholder Caroline Pryor (Mobile, AL) competed in the 5th Annual Pelican Paddle Canoe and Kayak Race sponsored by the Weeks Bay Foundation.  Caroline completed the 3.5 mile race on her Stand Up Paddleboard in just over one hour.  Well done, Caroline!  

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Defense Win in Wrongful Death Case

Caroline T. Pryor recently won a motion to dismiss in a wrongful death case, arguing that the Plaintiffs failed to state a claim for relief which could be granted.  The court agreed and dismissed the claims against the firm’s clients.

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Pryor and Ryan Successfully Defend Client

Caroline T. Pryor and Sarah Cross Ryan won a motion to dismiss for their client arguing that the workers’ compensation claim was filed outside the applicable statute of limitations.  The Court agreed and granted the motion.

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