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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Carr Allison Attorneys Published in USLAW Magazine Spring Issue

USLAW NETWORK, Inc., has published two articles by Carr Allison attorneys in the Spring 2019 issue.  Construction attorney Thomas S. Creel’s article “Six Cutting Edge Technologies to Improve Safety on Construction Sites” takes a close look at new technology being used in the construction industry to enhance safety for workers […]

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Carr Allison’s Oliver and Vickers Elected into FDCC

Carr Allison is proud to announce that Thomas L. Oliver, II (Birmingham, AL) and Heath L. Vickers (Jacksonville, FL) have been elected as members of the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel (FDCC).  Tom Oliver, a founding shareholder of Carr Allison, is a trial attorney specializing in complex matters involving […]

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Carr Allison Welcomes New IT Director

Blain Harrison has joined Carr Allison as the firm’s first Information Technology Director.  In this role, Blain will be responsible for overseeing the IT Department which serves our eight office locations by working to develop the overall information technology strategy of the firm and delivering innovative technology solutions and services […]

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