Hallford Joins Real Mother Truckers


Carr Allison Shareholder Pam Hallford (Dothan, AL) will participate in the annual Real Mother Truckers (RMT) Conference which will be held in February in Raleigh, North Carolina. Additionally, Carr Allison will be a sponsor of the conference. The RMT Conference was founded in 2016 exclusively for women executives in the trucking and transportation industry.  The conference is sponsored by seven female transportation attorneys on behalf of their firms, now including Carr Allison and Pam Hallford, as well as six industry sponsors.


Hallford is a shareholder in the Dothan, Alabama office of Carr Allison. Hallford’s practice focuses on the commercial transportation industry, specifically the defense of commercial motor carriers involved in catastrophic accidents.  She not only represents these clients after they are involved in accidents, but also offers guidance to transportation companies looking to implement new policies.  Pam is a member of the firm’s accident investigation GO TEAM. In addition, Pam is licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in Alabama.


For more information about Pam or this event, please visit the 2020 RMT Event page.


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