Andrew Dandison is a trial lawyer representing corporations, businesses, and individuals in all aspects of litigation throughout North and South Carolina state courts, the North Carolina Court of Appeals, and federal court. He frequently represents clients in liability investigations, binding arbitrations, and large complex mediations. He began his career in Charlotte before moving to Wilmington in 2021. He is originally from Salisbury, NC.
Andrew represents owners, general contractors, and subcontractors at all levels of construction defect litigation stemming from both commercial and residential projects. He frequently represents commercial and residential window, glass, and glazing installers and fabricators, plumbers, insulation installers, and below and above grade structural builders, among others.
Andrew’s premises liability work includes defending corporations, business, and individuals in a wide variety of disputes on private property including tree incidents, firearms incidents, and slip and falls. He works regularly with certified arborists and ballistics experts to complete pre-suit investigations and provide industry context during litigation.
Andrew defends corporations and businesses against claims borne of commercial trucking and railroad accidents, including fatality and catastrophic injury claims. He often represents clients in property damage and contract disputes involving cargo unique to North and South Carolina, such as hog/pork, timber, agriculture, and sod/turf.
Admiralty & Maritime
As a member of the Admiralty & Maritime team, Andrew defends businesses and individuals from fatality, catastrophic injury, and property damages claims on or about North and South Carolinas’ coastal waterways, including those upon personal watercraft (jet-skis), small-craft boats, and larger vessels and yachts.
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C. Andrew Dandison Joins Cranfill Sumner LLP
Cranfill Sumner LLP today announced that C. Andrew Dandison has joined the firm’s Wilmington office as an attorney. He focuses his practice on Construction Law, Premises Liability Law, Transportation Law, and Admiralty and Maritime Law.… Read More