Anna Saunders Associate

     

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Anna Saunders maintains a varied practice involving product liability, medical malpractice, transportation, professional liability, commercial litigation and other liability matters. Anna is a client-driven attorney committed to offering the best representation by providing the most effective litigation strategies and extreme attention to detail. Anna has successfully secured various summary judgments and other pre-trial dismissals on behalf of her clients in state and federal courts.

In addition to her legal practice, Anna performs pro bono work with Birmingham Volunteer Lawyers Program, and serves as a coach to the Justice Richard L. Jones National Moot Court Team at Cumberland School of Law. While in law school, Anna served as a board member of the Henry Upson Moot Court and placed in numerous trial and moot court competitions. She received two bachelor degrees from The University of Alabama, where she studied accounting, finance, political science and French.

Representative Matters

Obtained dismissal of wrongful death medical malpractice action brought against a hospital alleging inappropriate administration of medication.

Obtained dismissal of an action brought against the client’s trampoline park, alleging negligent assault and battery, negligent hiring and negligent supervision.

Obtained summary judgment on behalf of a national home warranty company that had been sued by homeowners for negligence, gross negligence, wantonness, breach of contract, fraudulent misrepresentation and breach of the implied warranty of workmanship based on allegations of negligent installation of an air conditioning unit and subsequent mold growth.

Obtained a defense verdict in a workers’ compensation case where the plaintiff alleged that he re-injured his shoulder while working with the defendant.

Obtained summary judgment on behalf of a national retail and hospitality client in a premises liability lawsuit pending in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama. The lawsuit was initiated when the plaintiff alleged she was injured when she slipped and fell on water on the client’s premises.