Lawyer Profile
Randall Morgan
Hill Hill Carter Franco Cole & Black, P.C.
425 South Perry Street
Montgomery, AL, 36104
 
Phone | 334-834-7600
Toll Free | 888-447-9620
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Law School - University of Maryland School of Law
Bar Admission - 11/15/1974

Law Office Locations: Montgomery, Birmingham, Fairhope

Geographic Areas Served: All Counties in Alabama

Overview

Randall Morgan’s practice includes the defense of municipalities, corporations, individuals and insurance companies.

Areas of Practice:
General Litigation
Governmental Entities
Labor & Employment
Product Liability
Professional Liability  

Admissions:    
Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
U.S. District Court Southern District of Alabama
U.S. District Court Middle District of Alabama
U.S. District Court Northern District of Alabama
Alabama

Biography

Randall Morgan received a B.A. from Auburn University in 1971, making him a life-long Tiger fan.  He attended law school at the University of Maryland, receiving his J.D. in 1974.  Randall enjoys spending time with his daughters and visiting New Orleans.

Experience

Before joining the firm, Randall Morgan served as the City Attorney for the City of Montgomery for three years. His practice includes also defending municipalities and public officials in a multitude of actions, many of which deal with Constitutional and civil rights issues. His varied practice includes premises liability, motor vehicle accidents, product liability, professional liability, employment claims, and municipal law. In addition to practicing in both State and Federal Courts, Randall is certified as a mediator.

Successfully removed to Federal Court a motor vehicle injury suit in which an in-state non-diverse insurance company was added as a defendant on a UM claim. Toole v. Bramlett, et al., U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Alabama, 2006-CV-652-VPM

Awarded summary judgment in an environmental case in which Plaintiff homeowners claimed that a concrete plant was polluting their pond and killing fish. Jordan v. Couch Ready Mix USA, Circuit Court of Pike County, Alabama, CV-04-41

Awarded summary judgment on behalf of the City of Auburn in an employment discrimination case. Turner v. City of Auburn, U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Alabama, 3:07-CV-162-MEF

Successfully defended the City of Alexander City in a challenge to its Zoning Ordinance regarding the placement of mobile homes in the City limits. A judgment in favor of the City was upheld on appeal by the 11th Circuit. Burton v. City of Alexander City

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