Oliver, Vann and Team Obtain Favorable Verdict

Carr Allison shareholders Tom Oliver and Dennis Vann successfully defended a hazmat motor carrier in a week-long trial in Birmingham (AL). The case was brought following an incident in 2019 that alleged the motor carrier unloaded a chemical into the wrong tank creating a hazardous gas cloud affecting numerous employees […]

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Maples Obtains Summary Judgment

  Jonathan Maples of our Mobile, AL office obtained summary judgment in favor of a local marina operator and yacht broker that had been sued under theories of actual and apparent agency related to the delivery of a sailing vessel. The plaintiff alleged that he purchased a sailing vessel through […]

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ORLANDO!! Too Big…New Digs!

Two years ago, Carr Allison established its presence in Orlando with one partner and a purpose – serve our clients effectively and efficiently in the Central Florida market.  Since then, we have quickly grown to eight attorneys, plus support staff.  We are proud to announce that effective March 1, 2024, […]

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Martin and Miller Win Summary Judgment

Sean W. Martin and Chancey R. Miller of our Chattanooga (TN) office recently obtained summary judgment on behalf of a construction client in the US District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee. The plaintiff in the case alleged the cause of his fall was a large steel plate used […]

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Carr Allison Celebrates 27 Years!!

Congratulations to our visionary founding partners who took a leap of faith 27 years ago and formed Carr Allison.  We celebrate everyone who has contributed to shaping our once small Birmingham law firm into the thriving and well-known Southeastern presence it is today.

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Sherman and Sausaman Win Summary Judgment

The plaintiff filed suit against the City of Marathon and its Councilman alleging negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress and assault. Austin and Alison moved for summary disposition due to plaintiff’s failure to comply with Section 768.28, Florida Statutes, Failure to State a Cause of Action, and the Councilman’s entitlement […]

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Smith Obtains Summary Judgment

Grant Smith of our Birmingham, Alabama office obtained summary judgment in the Circuit Court of Jefferson County (AL) on behalf of a national restaurant client.  The plaintiff in the case alleged she slipped on an unknown substance present on the floor of the restaurant.   The defense argued that the plaintiff […]

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Oliver, Vann and Team Obtain Favorable Verdict

Carr Allison shareholders Tom Oliver and Dennis Vann successfully defended a hazmat motor carrier in a week-long trial in Birmingham (AL). The case was brought following an incident in 2019 that alleged the motor carrier unloaded a chemical into the wrong tank creating a hazardous gas cloud affecting numerous employees […]

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Zwilling to Present Webinar on Simplifying Compliance with the MSPA in Liability Cases

Determining the steps to take in liability cases to ensure compliance with the Medicare Secondary Payer Act can be very confusing. Dealing with delays, miscommunications, fluctuating claim amounts and difficult plaintiffs or opposing counsel often results in frustration. This webinar will include a discussion of the law, including some very […]

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Zwilling Explains the DOL’s New Independent Contractor Rule

The DOL’s New Independent Contractor rule for classifying whether someone is an employee, or an independent contractor took effect March 11, 2024. Melisa Zwiling explains this new rule so you don’t find yourself in legal trouble. Watch this prerecorded video on the PLUS Blog to learn how to comply with […]

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