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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Nixon Earns Defense Verdict

Shareholder Faith Nixon of Carr Allison’s Mobile, AL office successfully defended her client, an insurance carrier, in a circuit court jury trial in Baldwin County, AL.  The Plaintiff claimed that she was injured in a rear end collision and as a result had to undergo spinal surgery.  The driver of […]

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Thornton Re-elected to USLAW Board of Directors

Shareholder Thomas S. Thornton, III of Carr Allison’s Birmingham, AL office has been re-elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the USLAW Network for the 2018-2020 term.  Tommy was also selected as a co-chair for the 2019 USLAW Retail and Hospitality Spring Conference and serves as an advisor […]

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Carr Allison Attends PLAN Late Night Event

Shareholder Judson Wells (Mobile, AL), Shareholder Katy Beth Carr (Florence, AL) and Shareholder and PLAN Chair Allan Jones (Birmingham, AL) post up for a picture at the PLAN Late Night event in San Diego, CA.

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