mobile auto accident

Driver blames police for Mobile auto accident

by Norris Injury Lawyers | May 18th, 2011

May 19, 2011

Police often assist at the scene of auto accidents and during other events to make navigation through affected areas easier. But what if an officer’s signal caused you to endanger yourself or another?

That’s what one driver is alleging after a Mobile auto accident damaged his car and injured one or two bicyclists, according to the Mobile Press Register. The Mobile auto accident occurred on Spring Hill Avenue.

The driver said he began to turn left but was stopped by police directing traffic at a duathlon. When the driver tried to turn right, a volunteer at the duatlon instructed him to stop, which he did, in the path of bicyclists who struck his vehicle, causing a Mobile auto accident that left two dents and injured two bicyclists.

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Victims identified from Mobile auto accident

by Norris Injury Lawyers | April 10th, 2008

April 10, 2008

The victims of a Mobile auto accident, one woman killed and six others injured, have been identified by police, according to The Press Register.

The Alabama auto accident occurred when a sport utility vehicle made a lane change and struck another vehicle, causing both to run into the nearby retaining wall.

The SUV overturned, landing on its roof and throwing its driver out of the vehicle. The driver of the SUV was pronounced dead at the scene of the Mobile auto accident.

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