Alexandria Parrish received her Bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Georgia, her Master’s in tax from Georgia State University, and her JD from Birmingham School of Law. She completed her law degree in May 2009, was admitted to the Alabama Bar on September 25, 2009, and has been working in private practice since that time.
Alexandria assists business clients with contract creation and review and also by litigating to recover for losses incurred by the negligence or deception of others. Alexandria also assists personal clients by drafting wills, medical directives, reviewing contracts, and, when necessary, litigating to recover losses when people have been cheated or injured. Her practice consists of a wide variety of general litigation matters, including personal injury, complex business and tort litigation, civil rights issues, and class actions. Alexandria is also skilled at handling appellate and probate matters.
· Alabama State Bar
· U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama
· U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Alabama
· U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Alabama
Professional Law Associations & Memberships:
· Alabama State Bar Association
· American Association for Justice
· American Bar Association
· Birmingham Bar Association
· Sedona Conference
Some of the cases Alexandria has worked on include:
City of Birmingham v. Bonedaddy’s et. al. – Jefferson County, Alabama, Circuit Court. Case No. CV-2013-000215. Defended company and individual in city’s improper attempt to collect taxes. Individual was exonerated from owing sales, occupational, and business-license taxes totaling $203,426.81 on Appeal to Alabama Supreme Court.
Harris v. Seymour et. al. – Jefferson County, Alabama, Circuit Court. Case No. CV-2012-900810. Breach of contract and fraud claims based on defendants negligently renting a moldy home. Settlement for $75,000 prior to trial.
Bonedaddy’s LLC et. al. v. Regions Bank et. al. – Jefferson County, Alabama, Circuit Court. Case No. CV-2012-901369. Successful litigation to recover improperly honored checks after Regions placed signers on company account without proper authorization. Plaintiffs’ judgment after trial for $283,350.30.
Taylor v. Alfa Insurance Co., et. al. – Jefferson County, Alabama, Circuit Court. Case No. CV-2012-901375. Negligent procurement of insurance by insurance agent who issued policy to himself without an insurable interest in plaintiff’s home. Settlement prior to trial.
Maddox v. Tobert et. al. – Montgomery County, Alabama, Circuit Court. Case No. 03-CV-2011-900152. Legal malpractice claim. Settlement prior to trial for $150,000.
Gibson v. Stone et. al. – Jefferson County, Alabama, Circuit Court. Case No. CV-2011-902480. Personal injury claim resulting from car crash. Liability established before trial and then settled.
Zwack v. Stewart et. al. – Jefferson County, Alabama, Circuit Court. Case No. CV-10-900393. Underage minor passenger died in single car crash in vehicle driven by drunken minor. Settlement during trial.
Bernal v. Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. et. al. – Jefferson County, Alabama, Circuit Court. Case No. CV-2010-901437. Personal Injury from premises liability claim. Settlement before trial for $125,000.
Winston Construction et. al. v. Cummings et. al.– Jefferson County, Alabama, Circuit Court. Case No. CV-09-000310. Breach of contract and fraud claims based on defendants failure to acquire general liability insurance after being hired to do so. Final judgment in favor of Plaintiffs for $2,000,000.
Winston Construction v. Helen Granger – Jefferson County, Alabama, Circuit Court. Case No. CV-09-902172. Homeowner refused to completely pay builder for the reconstruction of her home after a fire. Jury verdict for the Plaintiff in the amount of $460,000.00 including punitive award.
Appellate Cases of Note:
Bonedaddy’s of Lee Branch, LLC et. al. v. City of Birmingham – 192 So.3d 1151 (Ala. 2015) – Appeal of the trial court’s finding that the LLC and LLC member jointly and severally owed sales, business-license and occupational tax totaling $283,350.30. The Supreme Court found that a LLC member is not personally liable for business-license and occupational taxes owed by the LLC and the City’s failure to follow administrative procedures prior to suing the LLC member deprived the court of subject matter jurisdiction over sales tax. As such, the judgment against the LLC member individually was vacated.