Ashley Allison was born and raised outside of Forest, Ohio.  Ms. Allison earned a Bachelor of Arts with a dual major in Political Science and Law in the Liberal Arts from the University of Findlay in 2010.  She also earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Findlay in 2013, before moving to Miami, Florida to earn a Juris Doctor from Florida International University College of Law in 2016.  While attending law school, Ms. Allison worked as a certified legal intern for the Miami Dade Public Defender’s Office and the FIU Law Death Penalty Legal Clinic, drafting a uniform list of jury selection questions for Capital attorneys across the State of Florida.  Ms. Allison was a member of the FIU Law Trial Team, Vice-President of the Women’s Law Society, and a Research Assistant to former Dean Alex Acosta, now the U.S. Secretary of Labor.  She earned the Alex Alvarez Scholarship in Trial Advocacy, the Joseph A. Reyes Scholarship, Pro Bono Service Award, Death Penalty Legal Clinic Recognition Award, and the Faculty Recognition Award for the FIU College of Law.

Prior to joining Nosich & Ganz, Ms. Allison worked as a criminal defense attorney at the Miami Dade Public Defender’s Office, in the Juvenile Division.  While Ms. Allison was an Assistant Public Defender, she went to trial over 30 times, with over 16 as the first chair, ranging from misdemeanors to second degree felonies. 

Ms. Allison focuses her practice on personal injury protection (PIP), medical malpractice, as well as general and professional liability matters. Ms. Allison is licensed to practice law in the State of Florida.  She is on the Children’s Rights Committee of the Florida Bar, a member of the Miami-Dade County Bar Association, and a member of the National and Florida Association of Women Lawyers (Miami-Dade Chapter).