Gambacurta Obtains Summary Judgment

Carr Allison shareholder Virginia “Ginny” Gambacurta, obtained summary judgment in Lee County Circuit Court (AL) on behalf of a national restaurant client.  The plaintiff in the case alleged she slipped and fell when she stepped in an unknown slippery substance on the floor of the restaurant.   The defense argued that the plaintiff failed to present sufficient evidence of any hazardous condition and, even if a hazardous condition was present at the time of the plaintiff’s fall, the restaurant did not create the alleged hazardous condition nor did the restaurant have notice of the alleged hazardous condition prior to the plaintiff’s fall.  Following submission of the briefs and oral argument, summary judgment was granted in favor of the restaurant.

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Wells Speaks to Legal Professional Association About Mediation

Carr Allison Shareholder and retired Mobile County District Judge, Judson W. Wells, Sr. recently spoke on “The Mediation Process” for the Mobile Legal Professional Association. Judge Wells often serves as a mediator by court appointment and by private retention. He has served on the roster of mediators with the Alabama Center […]

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Zwilling to Present Webinar On Medicare Secondary Payer Conditional Payment Claim Guidance for Workers’ Compensation and Liability Cases

Understanding how and when Medicare Conditional Payment claims arise is vital to correct claim handling and resolution. When problems do occur, knowing how to address them quickly and effectively is key. This webinar will include an overview of the Medicare Secondary Payer Act concerning Medicare Conditional Payment claims and a […]

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Oliver and Smith Successful at Trial

Tom Oliver and Glenn Smith successfully tried a serious injury case in Mobile, Alabama for one of our great motor carrier clients. The case was tried against the top plaintiff firm in South Alabama. Great results!

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