August 12th, 2010|
Auto accidents can be very traumatic, especially for children. Unfortunately, three children were involved in a Tuscaloosa auto accident on Romulus Road, according to the Tuscaloosa News.
The Tuscaloosa auto accident caused two adults and three children to be sent to the hospital with injuries. The children, 4 months, 5, and 7, were treated at the hospital for Tuscaloosa auto accident injures.
The cause of the Tuscaloosa auto accident is being investigated.
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July 15th, 2010|
There are many dangers involved in being a Huntsville police officer. Certainly both citizens and officers accept that their jobs are not easy, but even parts of the job that may not seem dangerous can be, given the work environment.
Officers spend a lot of time on the road, and unfortunately, the road does carry risks. One police officer came face to face with those risks when he was performing a routine traffic stop on Sparkman Drive, according to WHNT.
A Huntsville auto accident occurred when an officer pulled over a motorist and was then struck by another vehicle.
The Huntsville auto accident caused the officer to suffer injuries when the mirror of a pickup truck hit him as it passed.
The officer suffered injuries to his back and shoulder as a result of the Huntsville auto accident, but those injuries could have been more severe without the protection of his bulletproof vest.
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July 1st, 2010|
Auto accidents, especially injurious or fatal ones, can be stressful enough without the criminal complications involved in hit-and-run crashes. Unfortunately, a Birmingham auto accident that has been deemed a hit-and-run killed one person, according to NBC13.
The Birmingham auto accident occurred when a Chevy Trailblazer struck another vehicle on Interstate 59. The female driver of the Trailblazer fled the scene, though her vehicle was heavily damaged.
One person was killed as a result of the Birmingham auto accident, and the suspect was last seen on the Arkadelphia Road exit.
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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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January 27th, 2009|
January 27, 2009
The Press-Register reported that a recent Alabama car accident involving two vehicles left three young women with various injuries.
The Alabama auto accident caused traffic on the Interstate to become backed up while crews were clearing the debris off of the roadway.
The driver of one of the cars was unharmed in the Alabama car accident.
The driver and passengers in the other car were taken to a local hospital to be treated for injuries suffered in the Alabama auto accident.
January 8th, 2009|
January 8, 2009
A recent Alabama car accident claimed a man’s life, according to the Huntsville Times.
The Alabama auto accident occurred early Tuesday morning when an oncoming car veered into the man’s lane and hit his pickup truck head on.
The driver of the car was taken to a local hospital to be treated for injuries sustained in the Alabama car accident. The other occupants in the car were unharmed.
Authorities are still investigating the Alabama auto accident.
January 6th, 2009|
January 6, 2009
The Birmingham News reported that a recent Alabama car accident claimed the life of a local man.
The man was driving his car down the road when he collided with a truck.
He and his wife were taken to a local hospital to be treated for injuries suffered in the Alabama auto accident. He later died at the hospital.
His wife suffered non-life threatening injuries in the Alabama car accident.
The driver of the truck was unharmed.
Authorities are still investigating the Alabama auto accident.
December 11th, 2008|
December 11, 2008
One man lost his life in a recent Alabama car accident, according to the Opelika Auburn News.
The man was a passenger in a vehicle whose driver was driving drunk. The driver lost control, hit a nearby tree, and flipped the car.
The passenger was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the Alabama auto accident and suffered blunt force trauma.
Rescuers pronounced him dead at the scene of the Alabama car accident.