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Carr Allison Expands Geographic Footprint to Jacksonville, Florida

We are pleased to announce the continued growth and expansion of Carr Allison’s geographic footprint in the southeast with the opening of a Jacksonville, FL office on February 1, 2016. With this office, Carr Allison’s second in Florida, Carr Allison solidifies its presence along the I-10 corridor with offices reaching from Gulfport, MS to Jacksonville.

Bob Stewart, formerly Vice President and Assistant General Counsel of XPO Logistics Inc., will be resident in the new office. He brings more than 30 years’ experience of defense representation in the transportation industry, from substantial trial experience in handling multi-million dollar truck accident tort claims to an array of employment issues ranging from non-compete litigation to class action suits alleging misclassification and wage and hour violations.

Contact information for Carr Allison’s Jacksonville office is:

841 Prudential Drive
Suite 1200
Jacksonville, Florida 32207
904.371.6565 phone
205.822.2057 fax


Carr Re-elected to TIDA Board of Directors

Carr Allison co-founder Charles Carr has been re-elected to the Trucking Industry Defense Association (TIDA) Board of Directors. TIDA is a nonprofit association whose members are devoted to sharing knowledge and resources for defense of the trucking industry. Congratulations!

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We’re Growing!

Carr Allison would like to welcome our newest attorneys. Associates Carson Campbell (Birmingham, AL), Mark Ogren (Birmingham, AL), Sarah Hildebrand (Mobile, AL), Joe Endicott (Jacksonville, FL), Mark Nicklow (Tallahassee, FL) and counsel Ashley Marshall (Dothan, AL) have all joined the Carr Allison team!  To learn more about each attorney, click […]

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Darmer, Ireland and Stokes Obtain Dismissal

Charlie Ireland, Angel Darmer, and Hannah Stokes of our Birmingham (AL) office successfully defended their client, a national automotive maintenance and repair company, in a binding arbitration hearing. The plaintiff was seeking damages for alleged breach of contract and conversion of a fleet vehicle. Defense counsel argued that an alleged […]

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