P. David BrannonShareholder

Address

305 South Gadsden Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301

Phone

850-222-2107
850-222-8475 (fax)

Professional Profile

David Brannon is a shareholder in Carr Allison’s Tallahassee, Florida office where his practice focuses on defense of professional liability, construction litigation, retail litigation and complex litigation claims.  An AV-rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell, Dave has been named one of Florida’s “Legal Elite” by Florida Trend magazine.  He has more than 30 years of trial experience and has represented clients in jury trials in state and federal courts throughout Florida.  Dave has tried cases covering a range of legal issues, including medical malpractice, product liability, construction, Section 1983, administrative law, catastrophic injury and insurance coverage.

Dave served a five-year term as an Assistant Attorney General in the state of Florida, including appointment as Branch Chief between 1997 and 1999.  He is trial counsel to a broad range of clients, from Fortune 500 and regional companies to local businesses and professionals.  He is also is a frequent lecturer on trial tactics and substantive law.

Dave is a member of the Professional Liability Attorney Network (PLAN) and the Tallahassee Bar Association.  He is licensed to practice in the state of Florida and before the United States District Court for the Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Florida.

Practice Areas

Admitted to Practice

Florida

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

Education

BS, Florida State University

JD, University of Florida College of Law

Affiliations

Tallahassee Bar Association

Professional Liability Attorney Network

News Updates About P. David Brannon

New DOL Overtime Rule in Effect Jan 1, 2020

As expected, the United States Department of Labor (DOL) issued a final rule on September 24, 2019 regarding salaried employees and overtime pay.  Effective January 1, 2020, employees who make less than $35,568 per year are eligible for overtime pay. Under the new rule, to be exempt from overtime pay […]

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