Starnes Davis Florie

John Peter Crook McCall (John )

Partner

John Peter Crook McCall

John Peter Crook McCall (John )

Partner

11 North Water Street
Suite 20290
Mobile, AL 36602

John is a partner at Starnes Davis Florie. He joined the firm in 2002 after practicing for three years in Montgomery, Alabama. He was the second lawyer to join the Mobile office. John has worked on a broad variety of litigation matters, including professional liability, complex commercial and business litigation, intellectual property and collegiate sports. His practice has a particular emphasis on healthcare and professional medical liability, where John has successfully tried numerous hospital, physician, and nursing home cases to verdict.  He currently serves on the firm’s Executive Committee.

Professional Recognition

  • Super Lawyer in Alabama by Mid-South Super Lawyers® magazine, 2013-2017.
  • Rising Star for the State of Alabama in Alabama Super Lawyers, 2011.
  • AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell at Peer Review Ratings™.

Community Involvement

  • John is a member of the Paul W. Brock Chapter of the American Inns of Court and the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Advisors.
  • He serves on the Board of the Mobile Museum of Art and the Board of the Friends of the History Museum of Mobile.
  • John and his family attend Christ Church, in Mobile, Alabama.

Highlights

  • Obtained a defense verdict, in Mobile, Alabama, for an OB/GYN in a case alleging misrepresentation of colposcopy findings as a cancer resulting in an unnecessary hysterectomy.
  • Secured a defense verdict for a reproductive endocrinologist in a wrongful death claim filed by a mother in connection with the loss of her unborn child.
  • Obtained a dismissal without settlement of clients at the close of all evidence in a wrongful death case involving medication error that resulted in a verdict of $140 Million against co-defendants.
  • Obtained judgment as a matter of law for surgeon after five days of trial in wrongful death claim involving allegations of failure to diagnose and treat a perforated duodenal ulcer.
  • After nineteen days of trial, obtained judgment as a matter of law on behalf of an internist in a wrongful death case involving allegations of failure to diagnose a liver hematoma in an ICU patient.
  • Obtained a jury verdict in favor of a defendant colon and rectal surgeon in a seven-day trial involving the alleged improper cessation of steroid therapy.
  • Obtained a jury verdict in favor of an orthopedist in litigation stemming from the transection of the popliteal artery during arthroscopic procedure.
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