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.

News

Allan Jones Named PLAN Chair

Allan S. Jones, a shareholder at Carr Allison (Birmingham, AL), has been named Chair of the 2018-19 Board of Directors for the Professional Liability Attorney Network (PLAN).  The announcement was made at PLAN’s annual regional event in New York City.  Allan served as vice-chair for 2017-18 and has held several […]

Learn More

Client Recognizes Pam Hallford for Exceptional Legal Service

Pamela Springrose Hallford has been recognized by supply chain giant McLane Company, Inc. with the Exceptional Legal Service Award at McLane’s panel counsel meeting which was held in conjunction with the DRI 2018 Trucking Seminar.  Pam only recently joined the McLane team after responding to a fatal crash in the Wiregrass […]

Learn More

Vickers Earns AV Preeminent Rating by Martindale-Hubbell

Carr Allison is proud to announce that Heath L. Vickers of our Jacksonville, FL office has achieved a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating.  The Preeminent rating is awarded only to lawyers with the highest ethical standards and professional ability.  Only approximately 10% of attorneys have achieved this prestigious honor.  […]

Learn More