Scarpone Published In The Trial Advocate Magazine

Kayla Scarpone of our Tallahassee (FL) office has been published in The Trial Advocate Magazine. Her article “A Lingering Snag in the Web of Bureaucracy: What is the Statute of Limitations for a Florida Civil Rights Act Claim in Court?”, discusses recent amendments to the Florida Civil Rights Act (FCRA) that are designed to clarify the limitations period for filing a civil action following the required investigation.

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Haley-Gleason and DeCoste Defends Florida Workers’ Compensation Client

Carr Allison attorneys Jennifer Haley-Gleason and Cassandra DeCoste recently defended a Florida Workers’ Compensation Petition for Benefits which sought authorization of medical benefits for a workplace accident and alleged injury to the lower back.  The claim was initially denied by the carrier upon discovery of an extensive history of treatment […]

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Hallford Named To The Best Lawyers in America: Ones To Watch®

Carr Allison is excited to announce that Pam Hallford of our Dothan (AL) office has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America: Ones to Watch® 2024. She has been voted on by her peers to be included for the practice area of Personal Injury Litigation. Congratulations!

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Baker Sworn In As Mississippi Bar President

Jenny Tyler Baker of our Gulfport (MS) office was sworn in as Mississippi Bar President last month. Accompanied by her family along with past president, Blake Teller, she was sworn in by Chief Justice Mike Randolph at the Mississippi Bar’s Annual Business Session. We are excited to see the work […]

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