Sherman and Sausaman Win Summary Judgment

The plaintiff filed suit against the City of Marathon and its Councilman alleging negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress and assault. Austin and Alison moved for summary disposition due to plaintiff’s failure to comply with Section 768.28, Florida Statutes, Failure to State a Cause of Action, and the Councilman’s entitlement to qualified immunity.

After multiple hearings, the trial court granted the motion and the plaintiff filed an appeal. The court affirmed the lower court’s ruling finding that the plaintiff failed to comply with the Florida Statute and that the Councilman was entitled to qualified immunity.

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Oliver and Smith Successful at Trial

Tom Oliver and Glenn Smith successfully tried a serious injury case in Mobile, Alabama for one of our great motor carrier clients. The case was tried against the top plaintiff firm in South Alabama. Great results!

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Community Involvement Spotlight: Sherman Coordinates Special Olympics Florida Event

Earlier this month, Carr Allison attorney Austin Sherman coordinated the annual “Pin Pals: Strikes for Special Olympics” through the Jacksonville Bar Association Young Lawyers, raising thousands for Special Olympics of Florida. Over 15 law firms participated, and many local businesses donated items for raffle. We’re proud to sponsor this event […]

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Summer 2024 Law Clerks

Meet our 2024 law clerks. This summer 25 law students from seven law schools will work side by side with our staff and attorneys to learn more about the practice of law and life at Carr Allison. We’re excited to have these accomplished, intelligent and hard working individuals in our […]

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