Your Alabama personal injury lawyer, Alexander Shunnarah, is here for you after being injured in a serious accident. Here’s a bit of recent accident news for you to be aware of.
A 25-year-old female student was struck and killed by a street trolley in the Five Points South area on February 20, 2014.
The young woman was a student at a nearby school that offers a college-like experience to young adults with mild learning disabilities. The school is located close to the scene of the accident.
According to Birmingham police, the trolley-like MAX Dart bus was turning left from 14th Avenue to 20th Street when it hit the victim as she was crossing at a crosswalk. No one was said to be on the trolley at the time of the accident.
The school’s executive said the student had just left the building after getting out of class before the accident happened, and that it is common for students to walk to and from school, since one of the goals is to teach independence.
After the accident, parts of 20th Street South were blocked off as police looked at the scene in order to determine what had happened, but no other information about the accident was released.
Please always remember to keep an eye out for pedestrians on the road, and if you are walking, always watch out for vehicle drivers.
If you or someone you care for has been hurt in an accident, make sure to call your Alabama personal injury attorney, Alexander Shunnarah, at 1-800-808-9083. You can also contact us at www.shunnarah.com and fill out a FREE case evaluation form. Let Alexander Shunnarah help you get the compensation that you deserve.
Your Alabama personal injury lawyer, Alexander Shunnarah, is here to help if you are ever injured in an automobile accident.
Morning commuters saw some icy patches during their drive in Birmingham on February 27, 2014. The ice was caused after the temperatures across Central Alabama dropped below freezing overnight.
The below freezing temperatures remained throughout part of the morning in many parts of the state.
It is suggested to drive carefully when there is ice on the road. Try to plan for extra time for your trips, avoid speeding on the road and give yourself more space than usual in between cars in order to brake.
Remember to call your Birmingham personal injury attorney, Alexander Shunnarah, at 1-800-808-9083 if you are ever harmed in a car accident. You can also visit us at www.shunnarah.com and fill out a FREE case evaluation form. Contact us today and get everything that you deserve!
According to police, a woman from Mobile, Alabama has been sentenced to two years of probation after being convicted in the death of her infant son.
The woman was charged of the death of her 6-month-old son after he was ejected from a car they were riding in during an accident in late December of 2010. She appeared in court on February 20, 2012.
The child was not properly restrained during the car accident, according to police. The car accident was caused by the child’s mother after she failed to make a proper turn at an intersection. As a result, the child suffered a cracked skull and ribs in the crash.
A yearlong prison sentence was suspended and replaced by the two years of probation after the judge said that the woman’s loss of her child was its own form of punishment.
More people could have been involved in this fatal accident, but fortunately no one else was said to be harmed.
If you or someone you know has been injured in a car accident in Alabama, make sure to contact your personal injury attorney, Alexander Shunnarah, today at 1-800-808-9083. You can also fill out a FREE case evaluation form online at www.shunnarah.com. Get the right lawyer to represent you, and get you the money that you deserve!