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Carlton Fields Property and Casualty Insurance Practice Continues Rapid Growth

Firm Adds Seventh P&C Insurance Attorney in Last Year

Atlanta, Ga. Carlton Fields is pleased to announce that Nicole Stone has joined the firm as an associate in Atlanta. She is the seventh attorney to join the firm’s Property and Casualty (P&C) Insurance Practice in the last year, and the third since October.

“The strategic expansion of the P&C group will allow the firm to continue meeting the ever growing needs of its clients on a national level,” said Steven J. Brodie, Carlton Fields Miami Office Co-Managing Shareholder.

Stone’s practice encompasses a variety of federal and state law issues relating to property and casualty insurance. She has participated in complex arbitration and commercial litigation involving insurance coverage disputes and has experience analyzing and evaluating liability exposure for insurer clients. Stone has valuable experience in defending and taking depositions, participating in mediations and negotiations, and drafting motions, briefs, demands, discovery, and pleadings, as well as developing case management strategies. She also has experience litigating issues related to industrial and infrastructure construction projects, as well as advising clients about risk mitigation and project management techniques.

Stone received her J.D. from Georgia State University College of Law and her B.S. from Kennesaw State University.

Carlton Fields’ Property and Casualty Insurance Practice has received top rankings in insurance for more than 16 consecutive years by Chambers USA. Additionally, for five consecutive years, Carlton Fields has ranked as the Top Law Firm for insurance thought leadership, according to JD Supra’s Readers Choice Awards.

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