Houston and Maples Successful in Appeal to Supreme Court of Alabama

Shareholders Heather M. Houston and Jonathan R. Maples of Carr Allison’s Mobile, AL office successfully petitioned the Supreme Court of Alabama to order the trial court to dismiss all claims against their client, a roadway sweeping contractor, based upon the applicable statute of limitations.  Houston and Maples successfully argued that the “relation back” doctrine did not save the plaintiffs’ claims against their client.  The Supreme Court of Alabama issued a writ of mandamus directing the trial court to dismiss all claims against their client.

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Thornton to Present USLAW Webinar

Shareholder Thomas S. Thornton, III, of Carr Allison’s Birmingham, AL office will present a free webinar on Thursday, February 14th titled Developing and Implementing an Alternative and Strategic Approach to Medicare Compliance Within your Casualty Program.  The program will include a legal overview of Medicare compliance and illustrate the benefits […]

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Anderson Earns Certified Claim Professional Accreditation

Shareholder Andrew P. Anderson has achieved the Certified Claim Professional (CCP) designation.  Andy, who earned the highest score, was one of only seven transportation professionals from across the nation to pass the annual fall exam.  Obtaining the CCP certification is evidence that Andy is at the forefront of best legal practices […]

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Defense Win for McAlister and Hanning

Shareholder David McAlister and Associate Bain Hanning, from Carr Allison’s Birmingham, AL office, successfully defended their client in a circuit court jury trial in Jefferson County, AL.  The matter involved an automobile accident which occurred in Birmingham, AL, where the Plaintiff claimed to have suffered a traumatic brain injury, among […]

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