Carr Allison serves the legal defense needs of businesses and the insurance industry. Efficiency with results typifies our firm’s approach in the defense of our clients and has earned us an AV rating in the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory.

As one of the fastest growing civil litigation firms in the Southeast, Carr Allison maintains offices throughout the States of Alabama, Florida, Mississippi and Tennessee. Our offices in Birmingham, Dothan, Florence and Mobile, Alabama; Jacksonville and Tallahassee, Florida; Gulfport, Mississippi; and Chattanooga, Tennessee, easily serve our clients’ litigation needs. Our multi-branch law firm approach enables us to provide efficient, high quality, cost effective services to all of our clients. The use of non-lawyer support staff and computerization in our offices helps provide additional savings to our clients.


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Best Lawyers Recognizes 27 Carr Allison Attorneys

Carr Allison is excited to announce that 27 attorneys, across three states, have been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2020 for excellence in their respective practice areas.   In Alabama: · Birmingham office: o Brett Adair (Employment Law) o Russell Q. Allison (Insurance Law) o C. Steven Ball (Commercial Litigation) o Charles F. Carr (Personal […]

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Carr Allison Attorneys Earn Defense Verdict in Federal Court

Carr Allison attorneys Katy Beth Carr (Florence, AL) and Brett Adair (Birmingham, AL) earned a defense verdict following a jury trial in the employment case of Spurling v. Total Computer Solutions in federal court in Decatur, Alabama.  The  Plaintiff claimed the Defendant owed substantial commission payments allegedly earned during employment […]

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Carr Allison’s Darmer is Featured Speaker at AEI Event

Carr Allison Shareholder Angel A. Darmer (Birmingham, AL) spoke recently about product failure involving printed circuit boards during an Advanced Engineering Investigations (AEI) Corporation “Flashover Fridays” event in Littleton, Colorado.  Angel focused her remarks on the legal implications of printed circuit board failures with regard to product liability claims and […]

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