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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Dan Walters, a graduate student pursuing an MBA and a Juris Doctor degree at The University of Alabama, is one of 60 students nationwide selected as a 2016 Tillman Scholar.
Walters is pursuing an MBA at the Culverhouse College of Commerce’s Manderson Graduate School. He is from Greensboro and is a five-year veteran of the U.S. Army.
Walters was 18 when he joined the military. While serving on active duty, Walters’ assignments included serving as an infantry platoon leader and then a company commander to a unit of more than 200 soldiers and advising local Afghanistan figures of justice. Walters plans to stay in his hometown of Greensboro and use his degrees to practice law, advise new business owners and perhaps start his own business.
Walters plans to stay in his hometown of Greensboro and use his degrees to advise new business owners and, perhaps, start his own business.
“I am honored to have been selected for such a prestigious scholarship,” Walters said. “It means a great deal to me to represent the legacy of Pat Tillman, a great American and a soldier who gave the ultimate sacrifice. And as always, I am proud to represent the University in my endeavors.”
The class of 2016 scholars will receive more than $1.8 million in academic scholarships.
The Pat Tillman Foundation provides scholarships to service members, veterans and military spouses who, according to the foundation’s website, “show extraordinary academic and leadership potential, a true sense of vocation, and a deep commitment to create positive change through their work in the fields of medicine, law, business, education and the arts.”
More than 400 scholarships have been awarded since the Tillman Scholars Program was founded in 2008.
The Pat Tillman Foundation was established in 2004 following Pat Tillman’s death while serving with the 75th Ranger Regiment in Afghanistan.
Blake Williams, attorney for Prince, Glover and Hayes, recently settled a case involving two young ladies who were hit by a drunk driver in Tuscaloosa County. Our clients, the two young ladies, were hit head on by a drunk driver who crossed over a median. Both of the cars caught on fire. Our clients were fortunate to escape with their life. However, they sustained multiple broken bones and severe bruising.
Mr. Williams and his team got to work immediately. Mr. Williams made claims with the other driver’s auto insurance company and also with our clients’ auto insurance companies under the underinsured motorist coverage portion of their policies. Mr. Williams fought for many months to get our clients the maximum recovery possible. Ultimately, Mr. Williams achieved just that in resolving the case for six figures on behalf of each client.
Underinsured motorist coverage is fairly inexpensive to add to your policy and has proven to be very valuable. Make sure you have this coverage to protect yourself.
If you have been injured in a car wreck, please do not hesitate to call the law office of Prince, Glover and Hayes for a free consultation.
WVUA hosts LawCall every week on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. This week the topic will be “The Law and Your Money” with Blake Williams hosting. Attorney Eric Wilson will be the guest speaker. Please email us your legal questions anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. Each week, questions will be answered on the air. LawCall can be found on channel 6 if you have Charter Cable, or channel 3 if you have Comcast Cable and live in the Tuscaloosa area. It can also be found on channel 23 if you have satellite and live in the surrounding areas.
Prince Glover & Hayes partner Matt Glover has reached a $2.5 million dollar settlement this month in a product liability case. Mr. Glover represented a north Alabama resident severely injured while working on the job. As a result of the injury, our client was unable to return to work. The client required three surgical procedures and months of physical therapy. The case really made a dramatic turn when our firm was able to establish the defendants lied about their involvement.
WVUA hosts LawCall every week on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. This week the topic will be “Summertime Injuries” with Josh Hayes hosting. Please email us your legal questions anytime at email@example.com. Each week, questions will be answered on the air. LawCall can be found on channel 6 if you have Charter Cable, or channel 3 if you have Comcast Cable and live in the Tuscaloosa area. It can also be found on channel 23 if you have satellite and live in the surrounding areas.
Prince, Glover & Hayes Attorney, Coe Baxter, has settled a personal injury lawsuit filed in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama prior to trial. Our client was proceeding through a green light when he was struck in the side by a pick-up truck. Our client sustained severe injuries that included a closed head injury, neck strain and fractured ribs that resulted in a punctured lung. Attorney Coe Baxter successfully negotiated a favorable settlement for our client.
Prince, Glover & Hayes handles personal injury cases from all over the state of Alabama. Please call our office today for a free consultation.
Prince Glover and Hayes’ attorney Coe Baxter recently settled a car wreck case in Pickens County. Our client was slowing to make a right turn into a business when the adverse struck him. He suffered from multiple fractures and whiplash.
Mr. Baxter and his team worked diligently for his client and received the policy limits for his client as settlement for his claim. Mr. Baxter was also able to negotiate with our client’s health insurance carrier to reduce the amount of the subrogation lien by over 70%.
If you have been injured in a car wreck, you need an attorney with experience handling all aspects of personal injury cases. Please do not hesitate to call the law office of Prince, Glover and Hayes for a free consultation.
Prince, Glover & Hayes Partner Josh Hayes recently assisted attorneys from Jefferson County in the settlement of a wrongful death/personal injury case that occurred in Sumter County. Upon the case being transferred to Tuscaloosa County, the lawyers who filed the case sought Josh’s expertise and local knowledge to litigate this case. This case dealt with an automobile wreck which resulted in grievous injuries to a mother and her unborn child. Our client lost her child as a result of the injuries she incurred. We were able to negotiate a significant confidential settlement to compensate for her harrowing loss.
Prince, Glover & Hayes handles wrongful death/personal injury cases across Alabama. We offer free consultations and regularly work with attorneys from across the Southeast on matters occurring in Alabama.
A Hale County jury has returned a multi-million dollar verdict in the wrongful death case of a man crushed by a crane in 2012.
Michael Singley, 47, was killed July 6, 2012, when the crane he was operating turned over. Singley worked for Moundville-based West Alabama Mechanical and was operating the crane at Southern Ionics in Holt.
His family filed a wrongful death lawsuit six months later, claiming that Southeastern Crane Inspections LLC had inspected the crane in February 2012, but failed to properly inform West Alabama Mechanical of serious problems, said Tuscaloosa attorney Matt Glover.
The crane turned over because a safety feature that stabilizes the crane failed, he said. The jury returned a verdict Tuesday awarding Singley’s family $5.5 million, which Glover said is one of the largest jury awards in a west Alabama court during the last decade.
“This jury really worked hard on the case,” said Glover of the Tuscaloosa firm Prince, Glover & Hayes. “They paid close attention to the evidence and came back with a verdict that sends a loud and clear message to those who want to do business in west Alabama. If you are going to work here, our citizens expect you to be honest and have a commitment to make safety the top priority on the job.”
The suit was initially filed against the crane inspection business, the company that sold the crane, the owners and safety inspector of West Alabama Mechanical. All but Southeastern Crane reached a $950,000 settlement before the trial, leaving Southeastern Crane as the lone a defendant. The judgment means Southeastern Crane will be responsible for paying $4.5 million.
Singley was born in Axis, in Mobile County, and was living in Linden when he died. He was survived by two daughters, his parents, siblings and other family members.
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WVUA hosts LawCall every week on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. This week the topic will be “Immigration” with Bob Prince hosting. Attorney Daniel Lemley will be the guest speaker. Please email us your legal questions anytime at email@example.com. Each week, questions will be answered on the air. LawCall can be found on channel 6 if you have Charter Cable, or channel 3 if you have Comcast Cable and live in the Tuscaloosa area. It can also be found on channel 23 if you have satellite and live in the surrounding areas.