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Carr Allison Welcomes Bradford Montrose

Our Chattanooga Office is Growing! We are excited to welcome Bradford Montrose as our firm’s newest Associate in our Chattanooga (TN) office. Bradford’s practice will focus on personal injury, premises liability and workers’ compensation. To learn more about Bradford, click here!

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Florida Supreme Court Decision Favors Business Community

A surprise order from the Supreme Court of Florida on New Year’s Eve has the chance to correct one of the grave injustices facing Florida’s business community.  The order changes the way Florida courts determine whether a party is entitled to summary judgment.   The order will revise Florida’s existing […]

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CDC Announces Plan to Reduce Quarantine Period

On December 2, 2020, the CDC held a teleconference during which it announced two alternatives to reduce the quarantine period for individuals who were in close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19. To learn more about these alternatives click the link below!   CDC Announces Plan to Reduce […]

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Our Tallahassee Office is Growing!

Shareholder Jennifer Sullivan and Associate Glenn Rininger have joined Carr Allison’s Tallahassee (FL) office.  Jen’s practice will focus on personal injury, general litigation and transportation.  Glenn will concentrate his practice on general litigation, construction, insurance coverage and retail and hospitality.

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Hallford to Present at DRI’s Virtual Seminar

Carr Allison Shareholder Pamela Hallford of our Dothan (AL) office is scheduled to present at DRI’s virtual “Trucking Law Primer” seminar on May 12, 2021. To register and learn more about this event, click here!

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Palmer Published in Alabama Defense Lawyers Association Journal

Carr Allison associate Steve Palmer of our Birmingham (AL) office recently had an article published in the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association Journal. His article “The Question of Compensability of COVID-19 Cases: An Analysis Under Alabama’s Workers’ Compensation Law”,  provides a framework for analyzing an employer’s liability for employee’s who allegedly […]

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DeLisle and Saunders Obtains Dismissal

Sara Beth DeLisle and Anna Saunders of our Birmingham (AL) Office have recently gotten an order dismissing the Plaintiff’s entire case in federal court. After an altercation at the client’s trampoline park, the Plaintiff filed a lawsuit against them claiming negligent assault and battery, negligent hiring and negligent supervision. In […]

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