tuscaloosa

Tuscaloosa auto accident injury involves two trucks

by Norris Injury Lawyers | April 13th, 2011

April 14, 2011

Are you concerned about the dangers big trucks add to roadways? Sometimes it can be unsettling to see large trucks speeding past smaller vehicles on the roadways. But truck drivers face dangers too.

Unfortunately, according to Tuscaloosa News, some drivers realized those dangers during a Tuscaloosa auto accident on McFarland Avenue and 13th Street that injured an undetermined number of drivers and blocked the road for four hours.

As a result of the Tuscaloosa auto accident, one person was trapped in a vehicle.

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Tuscaloosa auto accident kills 1

by Norris Injury Lawyers | November 18th, 2010

November 18, 2010

We cannot always immediately know the cause of an auto accident. For family and friends dealing with the loss of a loved one in an auto accident, this may be particularly difficult.

Unfortunately, the survivors of a Tuscaloosa auto accident may be questioning why the driver of the vehicle they were riding in died in the crash, according to the Tuscaloosa News.

Police are currently investigating the Tuscaloosa auto accident that killed one 20-year-old man. Five passengers in the vehicle that crashed when the driver was speeding through an apartment complex parking lot were injured as a result.

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Oil spill could cause Alabama environmental dangers for years

by Norris Injury Lawyers | August 19th, 2010

Everyone wants the quickest fix possible for the Gulf oil spill and all the damage people, animals, and the environment have suffered. However, no matter how quickly the spill is remedied, the effects of the spill may be far-reaching, WKRG reports.

Alabama environmental dangers resulting from the Gulf oil spill were felt immediately; it has been discussed that it may take years and years for the land, water, and animals to recover. However, people could also suffer Alabama environmental injuries up to six years after the spill.

Alabama environmental injuries to people as a result of the spill include problems with lungs, kidneys, liver, mental strain, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress.

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Five injured in Tuscaloosa auto accident

by Norris Injury Lawyers | 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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Officer suffers Huntsville auto accident injuries

by Norris Injury Lawyers | 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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Police looking for person responsible for hit-and-run Birmingham auto accident

by Norris Injury Lawyers | 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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Alabama seafood will not lead to Alabama environmental injuries

by Norris Injury Lawyers | June 17th, 2010

The tragic Gulf oil spill has undoubtedly left many people and animals in desperate situations. With oil continuously gushing into the Gulf, officials are of course concerned about seafood contamination and the risk for environmental injuries as a result.

However, according to NBC13, officials have deemed Alabama’s seafood safe to eat and Alabama environmental injuries as a result of consuming the food is not a concern.

President Obama declared Alabama seafood safe and stated that measures would continue to insure its safety so that citizens do not suffer Alabama environmental injuries due to seafood consumption.

Though Alabama seafood may not be a risk for Alabama environmental injuries, there are plenty of other risks as a result of the Gulf oil spill.

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Lawyers could be guilty of Alabama legal malpractice

by Norris Injury Lawyers | 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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Alabama legal malpractice case involves assistant D.A.

by Norris Injury Lawyers | 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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Alabama Supreme Court dismisses case over legal malpractice

by Norris Injury Lawyers | 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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