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Alabama Supreme Court Finds Tortfeasor’s Bankruptcy Does Not Preclude Recovery for UIM Benefits

The Alabama Supreme Court recently issued an opinion holding an insured can still prove they are “legally entitled to recover” damages under the terms of an uninsured / underinsured motorist policy even if the tortfeasor files for bankruptcy. In Easterling v. Progressive Specialty Insurance Company, the Plaintiffs were injured when their vehicle was rear-ended. The Easterlings […]

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Attorneys Dianne Gamble and Jayne Williams presented at CLAS Law Conference 2017

    Attorneys Dianne Gamble and Jayne Williams presented at the CLAS Law Conference held in Birmingham, AL. Changing laws require educators to stay at the forefront of the rapidly evolving legal and regulatory landscape. The 2017 Law Conference addressed some of these most pressing issues. Topics included: Don’t Cross the Line: Alabama Ethics, Legal Consequences […]

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Hill Hill Carter and Magic Moments Surprised Montgomery Teen

PRESS RELEASE Friday, February 10TH –10:00A.M. Carver High School-2001 West Fairview Ave., Montgomery, AL 36108 Magic Moments and Hill Hill Carter Franco Cole & Black, PC surprised 16-year-old Marquisha Jones with the news of her magic moment – a computer and iPad with voice adaptive technology along with mounting equipment for her wheelchair. Marquisha has dreams […]

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Shawn Cole presented a talk entitled “Making Ethics Matter in the Workers’ Compensation Industry

Shawn Cole, along with Dr. Brad Katz from The Center For Pain of Montgomery, presented a talk entitled “Making Ethics Matter In the Workers’ Compensation Industry” at the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Organizations’ Annual Conference at the Wynfrey Hotel on Thursday May 5, 2016. The two have paired previously to speak on ethics to the Alabama […]

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Hill Hill Carter is pleased to announce that James (“Jim”) E. Beck, III has been named a shareholder with the Firm.

  Jim represents governmental entities, corporations, and insurance companies in federal and state courts and in front of various administrative bodies. His practice focuses on general and complex civil litigation as well as administrative law matters. As a shareholder, Jim will continue to concentrate his practice on labor & employment, construction, insurance, public procurement, and […]

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