Webster Henry is pleased to announce the addition of Francisco "Frank" Canales as an associate in its Birmingham office. Frank is a recent graduate of the University of Alabama School of Law and has passed the July 2017 bar exam. Frank has initiated his insurance defense practice by defending clients in claims arising from motor … Read More
Webster Henry is pleased to announce the addition of Catie Malone as an associate in its Montgomery office. Catie is a recent graduate of the University of Alabama School of Law and has passed the July 2017 bar exam. Catie is starting her practice by defending clients in personal auto and general liability claims.
This weekend, the firm’s managing partner, Scott Speagle, won 3rd Place in Dothan’s Porktober BBQ competition. Congratulations, Scott!
On August 25, 2017, Jeremy W. Richter spoke at NBI’s Insurance Coverage Litigation seminar in Birmingham on the following topics: "Recent Insurance Coverage Decisions in Alabama" and" Creatively Framing Your Coverage Position."
Sam Duck obtained summary judgment in his client’s favor in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, in a case arising from a construction site injury.
Vaughan Russell obtained summary judgment in his client’s favor in a premises liability case in Tallapoosa County, Alabama. The Plaintiff alleged that she slipped and fell in a wet substance on the floor, but Vaughan showed that the Plaintiff was unable to meet her burden of proof that the store had any notice of the … Read More
Vaughan Russell obtained summary judgment in his client’s favor in a premises liability case in Shelby County, Alabama. The plaintiff brought negligence claims for her alleged slip-and-fall in a puddle of rainwater.
At last week’s Alabama State Bar meeting, Mike Cohan was elected Vice Chairman of the Alabama State Bar Workers’ Compensation Law Section.
Tamera Erskine obtained summary judgment in favor of her client in a real estate transaction dispute involving a $20 million contract. The plaintiff alleged claims of legal malpractice, fraud, suppression and misrepresentation against her client, the landowner defendant.
Scott Sasser obtained a defense verdict in a property damage case in which the plaintiff made a direct claim against the insurer. The plaintiff argued that the damage was a covered loss and due to be paid, while Scott argued that there was no coverage for the claimed loss. After hearing testimony, a defense verdict … Read More