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CARR ALLISON STATUS COVID-19 TEAM WORKERS’ COMP TEAM COVID-19 RESOURCES

Carr Allison’s Toxic and Mass Torts Group is led by experienced attorneys who have many years of experience in both state and federal courts defending single and multi-plaintiff lawsuits alleging exposure to asbestos, silica and various toxic chemicals. Our Toxic and Mass Tort Group utilizes its unique relationships with other defense counsel locally and around the nation to coordinate the defense of these cases so as to handle them as efficiently and expeditiously as possible.

We have successfully handled cases both “in-house” and in conjunction with national coordinating counsel for certain clients who have been targeted in multiple states around the nation. We also make use of client extranets and other technologies to better coordinate defenses not only with particular clients but with counsel who may be defending those same clients in similar cases in other states.

At the same time, the members of our Toxic and Mass Tort Group remain keenly aware that there is no “one size fits all” litigation strategy for these kinds of cases. Accordingly, at the outset, we make every effort to assess our clients’ goals and preferred strategies and to achieve those goals and implement those strategies to the greatest extent possible given the realities of the particular litigation at issue.

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Hallford to Present at DRI’s Virtual Seminar

Carr Allison Shareholder Pamela Hallford of our Dothan (AL) office is scheduled to present at DRI’s virtual “Trucking Law Primer” seminar on May 12, 2021. To register and learn more about this event, click here!

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Palmer Published in Alabama Defense Lawyers Association Journal

Carr Allison associate Steve Palmer of our Birmingham (AL) office recently had an article published in the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association Journal. His article “The Question of Compensability of COVID-19 Cases: An Analysis Under Alabama’s Workers’ Compensation Law”,  provides a framework for analyzing an employer’s liability for employee’s who allegedly […]

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DeLisle and Saunders Obtains Dismissal

Sara Beth DeLisle and Anna Saunders of our Birmingham (AL) Office have recently gotten an order dismissing the Plaintiff’s entire case in federal court. After an altercation at the client’s trampoline park, the Plaintiff filed a lawsuit against them claiming negligent assault and battery, negligent hiring and negligent supervision. In […]

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