Carr Allison is pleased to announce the expansion of legal services to our clients from our Tallahassee, FL office with the addition of Shareholder Jennifer Haley-Gleason and Associate R. Lee Page Jr. These experienced attorneys will bolster the defense of workers’ compensation matters for Carr Allison’s clients along the I-10 coast from Mississippi throughout Alabama and along the Florida panhandle to Jacksonville.
Jennifer Haley-Gleason has practiced law for nearly 20 years and has defended employers and carriers in workers’ compensation cases throughout Florida, including arbitrations, mediations, hearings, depositions, evidentiary and non-evidentiary hearings and preparing and arguing appeals. She is also experienced with general civil litigation as well as bankruptcy, probate and estate planning.
Licensed to practice law in Florida and Georgia, Jennifer is certified to practice in the Middle and Northern U.S. District Courts of Florida. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs certified her to prosecute claims before their Administrative Hearing Department and she has argued cases in Florida before the First District Court of Appeals and the Law Enforcement Qualifications Board.
A 1996 graduate of Stetson University College of Law, Jennifer clerked with the United States Attorney’s Office – Civil Division in Tampa, Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Judge David Demers, Orange County Florida’s County Attorney’s Office, and the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit’s Public Defender’s Office. She also earned her bachelor’s degree from Stetson University.
Lee Page concentrates his practice on the representation of clients in the areas of workers’ compensation and insurance defense. He also is experienced with premises liability, general liability, labor and employment and transportation matters.
Admitted to the Florida Bar, Lee began his legal career as an Assistant Attorney General at the Florida Office of the Attorney General where he defended the State of Florida from federal civil rights actions. He then went on to prosecute construction contractors’ licenses before the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board as an Assistant General Counsel for the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.
A magna cum laude graduate of North Carolina State University, Lee earned his Juris Doctorate from Stetson University College of Law. While in law school, he clerked for the Honorable K. Rodney May of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida, the Veterans Advocacy Clinic and the Tenth Judicial Circuit’s Public Defender’s Office.