R. Justin ShererShareholder


6251 Monroe Street
Suite 200
Daphne, AL 36526


251-626-8928 (fax)

Professional Profile

R. Justin Sherer is a shareholder with Carr Allison and practices in the firm’s Mobile, Alabama office.  Justin practices in the areas of insurance coverage, premises liability litigation, transportation litigation and workers’ compensation matters.

Justin is a graduate of the University of Alabama where he obtained his undergraduate degree.  He earned his law degree from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University (AL).  Justin is admitted to practice in the state of Alabama as well as all federal courts in the state.  He is an active member of the Baldwin County and Mobile Bar Associations as well as the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association.

Practice Areas

Admitted to Practice


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


BA, University of Alabama

JD, Cumberland School of Law at Samford University (AL)


Mobile Bar Association

American Bar Association

Baldwin County Bar Association

Alabama Defense Lawyers Association


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