Ms. Carrie Noel

Ms. Carrie Noel

Ms. Carrie Noel earned her BS in social work at East Tenessee State University. She has over 10 years of experience in foster care and children services. Formerly, she served as a placement specialist in Tennessee's department of children services from 2007-2008. She has also served as lead licensing and recruitment administrator at Camelot Care. Currently, she is the state director of foster care at a foster care services company in TN.

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Thompsons Station, Tennessee

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Using Expert Radar, we uncovered a textbook chapter written by the opposing expert that contradicted his testimony, helping us secure a $44 million verdict—the largest single verdict for a single plaintiff in Kentucky's history.

Mark Alcott, Esq.

Harlin Parker

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