The law firm of Morris, Cary, Andrews, Talmadge & Jones, LLC is one of the larger personal injury firms in the Dothan, Alabama area. We have six dedicated attorneys handling personal injury cases.
We provide comprehensive personal injury guidance and representation for a wide variety of issues, including those related to:
While we represent only injured people and businesses now, in the past our lawyers represented the insurance companies we now litigate against. As a result, we understand the tactics and negotiation techniques the other side uses in personal injury cases. We know that insurance companies make better settlement offers the closer the case gets to trial. Since we are experienced litigators, we won't be quick to settle your case.
If you have been injured, we understand what is at stake for you and your future. You can trust in our skill to protect your rights and interests, so you can concentrate on your recovery. Contact us today to discuss your case with an experienced personal injury attorney dedicated to serving your best interests.
About Tracy W. Cary
Tracy W. Cary was born in Kansas City, Kansas and reared in the panhandle of Florida in a family of nine children.
Upon graduation from the University of Florida's College of Journalism and Communications, Tracy entered the U.S. Army's Officer Candidate School where he was commissioned a second lieutenant in the field artillery. After completing a three-year tour of duty in the Army's "Big Red One," Tracy entered the University of Alabama School of Law, graduating in December, 1992. During law school and afterwards, Tracy served as a captain in the Alabama Army National Guard in both the Field Artillery and the Judge Advocate General's Corps.
After law school, Tracy served as law clerk and staff attorney to Justice Hugh Maddox of the Alabama Supreme Court. After serving at the Alabama Supreme Court, Tracy began his practice exclusively in civil litigation. Tracy has significant trial experience and has also successfully argued an appeal before the Alabama Supreme Court.
Tracy is admitted to practice law in Alabama (www.alabar.org), Florida (www.flabar.org), Georgia (www.gabar.org), Tennessee (www.tba.org) and the District of Columbia (www.dcbar.org).