I am the proud father of four children, married for more than 28 years to my wife. In my practice as a lawyer over the past 21 years, I have only represented injured people. I don't defend insurance companies and I very passionate about my work for my clients. I am licensed to practice law in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and the District of Columbia in state and federal courts. In addition, I have handled cases in Arizona, Kansas and Connecticut. I have tried many jury trials and non-jury trials.
Before I started my legal career, I served on active duty as an officer in the US Army. During law school and afterward, I served in the Army National Guard.
When I'm not working for my clients, I enjoy travel, reading and I play bass guitar (Rickenbacher!) in my church praise band. I enjoy rooting for my children in their many sporting activities and I love following my favorite sports teams.
My firm's website is http://MorrisCaryAndrews.com and I have a workers' compensation site, http://bamacomp.com. I also have a blog http://bamacompcom.blogspot.com/.
Licensed since 1993
Tracy Cary is an outstanding advocate for his clients while also maintaining integrity and professionalism, both in and out of the courtroom. He also has a great sense of humor. I've known Tracy since law school, and I have no hesitation in giving him my full endorsement.
William Pfeifer Appeals Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I endorse Tracy Cary. Tracy is an outstanding lawyer who really cares for his clients and protects their legal interests. He is a seasoned professional who usually represents injured workers in their workers' compensation claims. I would not hesitate to hire Tracy if I needed legal representation.
Bernard Nomberg Workers Compensation Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
|GA||Active Member in Good Standing||1999||05/08/2015|
|FL||Member in Good Standing||1994||05/07/2015|
|AL||Authorized to practice law||1993||05/11/2015|
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Certificate of Appreciation||Alabama Law Institute||2012|
|Partner||Morris, Cary, Andrews, Talmadge & Driggers, LLC||1999 - Present|
|Litigator||The Cochran Firm||1994 - 1999|
|Staff Attorney||Supreme Court Of The State Of Alabama||1993 - 1994|
|Captain||United States Army||1987 - 1995|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Wiregrass Inn of Court||Member||2004 - Present|
|Alabama State Bar, Workers' Compensation Section||Past President||1997 - Present|
|American Association for Justice||Member||1994 - Present|
|Alabama Association for Justice||Member||1994 - Present|
|Alabama Association for Justice Journal||Will Alabama's new Daubert statute bring change or status quo?||2011|
|Five Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Claim||The Injured Worker's Survival Guide||2010|
|Alabama Association for Justice Journal||Have we forgotten? Revisiting the legislative intent of the Workers' Compensation Act||2010|
|The Alabama Lawyer||Where Have All the Lawyers Gone?||2006|
|The Alabama Lawyer||Admission to the Bar of the United States of America||2004|
|Alabama Trial Lawyers Journal||Top Ten List of Things That Need to Be Changed About the Workers' Compensation Act||2004|
|Journal of the ATLA||Practical Considerations in Preparing Your Client for Deposition||2001|
|University of Alabama School of Law||Law||Juris Doctor||1992|
|University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications||Public Relations||B. S.||1985|
|Caperwray Bible School||Biblical Studies||None||1983|
|Chipola College||General Education||AA||1983|
|Alabama Workers' Compensation Law||Psychological Issues in Workers' Compensation Cases||2012|
|Workers' Compensation Update for Members Only||Nuts & Bolts of Workers' Compensation||2011|