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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 a neck herniation.  Taylor and Wiley defended, arguing that the Plaintiff was contributorily negligent in causing the accident, that the trucking company itself was not negligent at all and diminished the Plaintiff’s damages.  The Plaintiff asked the jury for a range of $350,000 to $1.66 million.  After a week-long trial, the Plaintiff was awarded $0.00 in damages and entered a verdict in favor of the Defendant.

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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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