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Law Office of Mark D. Morrow 601 Greensboro Avenue
Alston Building, Suite 210
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
Phone 205-758-5596
Fax     205-349-5220

“My firm is committed to representing individuals and families who have been the victims of a wrongful death or serious personal injury. We are knowledgeable legal professionals who are concerned and dedicated to providing the superior legal service to our clients.

We understand how the harm caused by the negligent conduct of others affects our clients and their loved ones. We will strive to reduce the stress, trauma and hassles of seeking justice so that our clients may focus on their health and their families in their time of hardship.

Our dedication extends to every client, regardless of the magnitude of the harm caused to them.”

-- Mark D. Morrow, esq.
[08/08] Wright v. Sims
Defendant-Sheriff was entitled to qualified immunity against plaintiff's constructive discharge claim where plaintiff failed to show that her work conditions would be intolerable to a reasonable person.

[08/05] River City Towing v. Craig
In a limitation of liability proceeding, the district court correctly found that plaintiffs failed to fulfill the requirements for leave to file a late claim.

[08/04] Riverwood Int'l Corp. v. Employers Ins. of Wausau
An asbestos-related injury is not a "bodily injury by accident" under the parties' workers' compensation and liability insurance policies.

[08/05] Mwani v. Osama Bin Laden
In a personal injury action, the district court can properly exercise personal jurisdiction over Osama Bin Laden and al Qaeda where they engaged in unabashedly malignant actions directed at the United States and should therefore reasonably anticipate being haled into court by those injured as a result of those actions.

[08/05] Lombard Canada, Ltd. v. Johnson
West Virginia does not recognize a settling joint tortfeasor's right to sue another joint tortfeasor for contribution.