Jeremy W. Richter’s thoughts on the status of the Alabama Workers’ Compensation statute have been published in the "News and Updates" portion of the June 2017 issue of CLM Magazine (p. 57): "Trial Court Declares State Workers Compensation Statute Unconstitutional".
On June 15, 2017, Mike Cohan was honored alongside other past presidents of the Montgomery Claims Association in celebration of the organization’s 50th anniversary.
You can read Jeremy Richter’s article, "Identifying Improper Requests for Admission," in the Spring 2017 edition of the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association Journal.
Brannan Reaves has obtained a defense verdict in his client’s favor in a premises liability action arising out of an incident in which a patron slipped and fell while exiting a local McDonald’s restaurant.
On May 20, 2017, Scott Speagle spoke at the Alabama League of Municipalities Annual Convention in Birmingham, AL, on the topic, "You Just Got a Get-Out-of-Jail-Free Card."
Vaughan Russell has obtained summary judgment in his client’s favor in a premises liability action arising out of an incident in which a patron of a store pulled a heavy box from an upper shelf onto herself and caused herself injury.
Jeremy W. Richter’s article "Track These Performance Metrics to Improve Client Relations," which discusses the metrics clients use to evaluate attorney performance and efficiency, has been published by Attorney at Work.
Will Webster will be presenting on "Vocational Rehabilitation and Work Comp Claims" on Friday, May 5, 2017, at the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Organization’s 2017 conference in Birmingham, Alabama.
Firm co-founder Will Webster will be performing the leading role in Neil Simon’s Last of the Red Hot Lovers, being put on by the Wetumpka Depot Players from 4/27-5/13. He was recently interviewed by NBC-WSFA about the production and his role (video here).
Today, April 19, 2017, Bart Smith will be the keynote speaker at Auburn University’s College of Agriculture Pre-Professional Day, where he will address students and faculty regarding his experiences at Auburn, his decisions to join the military and attend law school, and his career path.