Allison is a trial lawyer focusing her practice on fire and explosion, consumer product liability, and catastrophic injury defense. Admitted to practice in both Kentucky and Indiana, Allison represents a broad range of manufacturers in cases involving serious injury and wrongful death across the country. She has handled matters in dozens of states, but regardless of the venue, Allison focuses on the same core principles: learning the client’s products and understanding the client’s business. Allison’s litigation practice is further informed by her appellate experience, which provides valuable context both in pre-trial proceedings and in the courtroom.
Tuttle et. al. v. Reed et. al. – Served as trial counsel and obtained a defense verdict from a Carroll County, Kentucky jury in a bus crashworthiness design case involving a wrongful death bus accident.
Lincoln County, Kentucky Pipeline Rupture – Defended mid-stream natural gas transmission company against 200+ claims arising out of an August 1, 2019 rupture.
Mosley v. Arch Specialty Ins. Co., 626 S.W.3d 579 (Ky. 2021) – Obtained summary judgment on third-party bad faith claims, which was upheld on appeal, solidifying a plaintiff’s “steep burden” of proof on such claims under Kentucky law.
Wellman v. Safeco, 2016 WL 2767705 (E.D. Ky May 11, 2016) – Obtained dismissal of plaintiffs’ breach of contract claims and subsequent dismissal of all bad faith claims.
Fire and Explosion Defense – Defended product manufacturers in multiple matters involving natural gas, propane, and other products.
Pelvic Mesh Litigation – Managed and litigated numerous cases in MDL Pelvic Mesh litigation, including grant of summary judgment.
Appellate Experience – Served as appellate counsel at trial and member of appellate team for many cases involving issues such as products liability, personal injury, medical malpractice, and insurance bad faith.
Indiana University Maurer School of Law, J.D., 2012, cum laude
Indiana University, B.A., Political Science and Spanish, 2008, high distinction
Selected for inclusion in Kentucky Rising Stars®, 2019-2022, Personal Injury – Products: Defense
Indiana Law Journal, Volume 87, Articles Editor
Phi Beta Kappa