Carr Allison Tennessee Welcomes New Attorney

Carr Allison is pleased to welcome Associate Derek W. Mullins to our Chattanooga, TN office.  His practice will include commercial litigation, insurance, premises liability, transportation and other general litigation matters.  Derek earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee (Knoxville) and his Juris Doctor from the University of Tennessee College of Law.  While in law school, Derek earned several awards and honors, recognition from the Supreme Court of Tennessee for more than 100 hours of pro bono service and a nomination to the Order of Barristers, a national honors organization recognizing exceptional skill and achievement in trial advocacy, oral advocacy and brief writing.  He is admitted to practice in all Tennessee state courts and before the United States District Court for the Middle and Eastern Districts of Tennessee.

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Adair to Present USLAW Webinar

Shareholder Brett Adair of Carr Allison’s Birmingham, AL office will present a free webinar on Tuesday, April 9th titled #MeToo.  The program will examine recent cases and trends taking root in the #MeToo social media movement and how the employment environment and practice of labor and employment law defense is changing […]

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Defense Win for Taylor and Wiley

On March 15, 2019, a Baldwin County (AL) jury returned a defense verdict for Mobile attorneys Jeremy P. Taylor and Aaron M. Wiley.  The Plaintiff in the case claimed an illegal and improper “jug handle turn” made by the Defendant, a trucking company, resulted in an accident and claims for […]

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Our Jacksonville Office is Growing!

Carr Allison is pleased to announce the addition of Associate Marissa A. de los Reyes to the firm’s Jacksonville, Florida office.  Marissa’s litigation practice will focus on defending matters related to premises liability, transportation, government torts and public liability. Marissa received her undergraduate’s degree from the University of Central Florida.  She earned […]

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