Debra KrotzerCounsel


100 Vestavia Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35216


205-822-2057 (fax)

Professional Profile

Debra J. Krotzer is an attorney with Carr Allison and practices in the firm’s Birmingham, Alabama office.  Her emphasis is on workers’ compensation and related litigation, including retaliatory discharge.  Ms. Krotzer has successfully defended clients, including small businesses, self-insured companies and insurance companies through mediation or trial.  She provides consultation and support to clients regarding these areas to ensure early resolution of those issues that could later give rise to litigation.

Ms. Krotzer is licensed to practice in Alabama and all federal courts in the state.

In addition to her legal work, Ms. Krotzer is actively involved in the Birmingham Bar Association and its Volunteer Lawyers program, the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association and the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Organization.

Ms. Krotzer earned her Bachelor of Science from Samford University and her Juris Doctor from Birmingham School of Law.

Practice Areas

Admitted to Practice


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


BS, Samford University (AL)

JD, Birmingham School of Law


American Bar Association

Birmingham Bar Association

Alabama Defense Lawyers Association; Employment and Workers’ Compensation Committees

Alabama State Bar; Workers’ Compensation Section

Mid-South Super Lawyers Rising Stars, 2010-2012

Alabama Workers’ Compensation Organization


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