August 11th, 2011|
August 11, 2011
A woman was badly burned on Monday night in Morris, Alabama, when she set fire to her estranged husband’s trailer.
According to WBRC, the woman had to be treated for multiple burns.
The fire occurred on the 6000 block of New Castle Road around 11:30 p.m. Monday when the 47-year-old woman set fire to a travel trailer that belonged to her husband. She then drove herself to the Birmingham Fire Station on Carson Road for treatment of burns she’d received during the fire. Shortly after Jefferson County deputies responded to a call about a house fire on New Castle Road.
The suspect admitted to authorities that she had intentionally set the fire by pouring gasoline in the trailer. She then ignited the fire while she was still inside the trailer, causing a small explosion that burned her arms and feet. The woman said she and her husband had been separated for a month.
The fire grew so large that her father-in-law’s house, which was right next door, was also burned.
No one else was injured in the blaze.
WBRC reports that charges are pending until the investigation is closed.
What kind of charges do you think this Alabama woman should face?
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June 10th, 2010|
The oil spill in the Gulf has many people worried about their property and the environment, and those who have suffered because of Alabama environmental dangers have begun filing suits against BP for their losses.
But the Alabama State Bar Association is worried about lawyers taking advantage of potential clients through Alabama legal malpractice.
According to Alabama.com, the bar has received complaints that some lawyers may be engaging in Alabama legal malpractice by unfairly soliciting clients and engaging in unethical behavior.
To help protect citizens against Alabama legal malpractice, the bar has launched a website called “How to Protect Your Rights When Disaster Strikes.”
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May 27th, 2010|
Legal professionals are not excused from legal battles of their own. In fact, that is exactly what an Alabama county assistant district attorney and another Alabama attorney are dealing with right now.
According to the Birmingham News, Assistant District Attorney Frank Selman Teel and lawyer Frank Wayne Bailey are facing Alabama legal malpractice issues because they allegedly committed ethics violations, extortion, and bribery.
One of the victims bringing the Alabama legal malpractice cases says she was the victim of Alabama legal malpractice centering on extortion.
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May 20th, 2010|
According to The Huntsville Times, the Alabama Supreme Court has dismissed a case brought against one of the state’s law firms by a company alleging Alabama legal malpractice.
The case brought by Coilplus-Alabama of Athens against Sirote & Permutt was dismissed because the court ruled that it barred the legal statute of limitations.
The Limestone Circuit Court had also dismissed the Alabama legal malpractice suit, but it was appealed in the Supreme Court.
The company had accused the law firm of providing misleading advice, leading to the Alabama legal malpractice suit.
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