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Prince, Glover and Hayes attorney Coe Baxter recently settled a car wreck case in Conecuh County, Alabama. Our client was headed southbound on Highway 31 when she was hit by a car that crossed over the center line causing them to collide head on. Our client had serious injuries and her treatment cost well over six figures.
Attorney Coe Baxter and his team worked with both insurance companies to secure our client a favorable settlement. If you have been involved in a car wreck, you need an experienced attorney on your side. Please call our office today for a free consultation.
WVUA hosts LawCall every week on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. This week the topic will be “Car and Truck Wrecks” with Blake Williams 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.
On February 2nd, 1988, Tuscaloosa emerged on the national news over a chilling hostage situation at West End Christian School that ultimately took twelve hours to safely negotiate. Thankfully, this event did not end up as a tragedy, due to the efforts of Ken Swindle, our chief investigator here at Prince, Glover and Hayes. Mr. Swindle was the hostage negotiator for the police department, and during negotiating, the captor requested that if Governor Hunt pardoned him, he would relinquish his weapons and free the hostages. A hand-delivered VHS of Governor Hunt promising such an arrangement shortly followed the suspect repudiating his weapons to law enforcement. Not even a second after the suspect crosses the school’s front door threshold, Mr. Swindle and other officers apprehended the suspect safely and finally ended the tense, twelve-hour standoff. Twenty-nine years later, we remember and appreciate one of the landmark events of Mr. Swindle’s life and career in law enforcement.
If you would like to witness video of the West End Christian School hostage crisis, please click here to see a YouTube video. If you would like to read more, please click here to see the February 2nd, 1988 article from the New York Times; alternatively, the Tuscaloosa News honored the 25th anniversary of this event with this article.
Prince, Glover & Hayes Partner Josh Hayes recently settled a personal injury case in Dothan, Alabama. Mr. Hayes’ client was involved in a collision with an uninsured motorist. She suffered medical complications as a result of the wreck. After settling, his client gratefully reached out to Mr. Hayes and his paralegal, saying, “I am fully satisfied with the claim, and I can’t tell you how much I appreciate what you and Jessica have done for me. I’ve not had to worry about one single thing! Knowing that you were looking out for me has made this process so much easier than I could have ever imagined.”
Prince, Glover & Hayes handles personal injury cases in all of Alabama’s 67 counties. If you need legal assistance or you are an attorney with a case to refer, please call us today.
Prince, Glover and Hayes Partner Josh Hayes recently settled a case in mediation involving a severe car collision. His client was seriously injured when the car in which she was traveling was struck from behind, causing the vehicle to flip onto the side of the roadway. The individual who hit them was driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol, and his speed at impact was estimated to be 85 MPH.
Mr. Hayes was able to obtain a settlement for his client which covered her medical expenses as well as an amount for the future medical treatment that she will need.
If you have been injured in a car collision, please do not hesitate to call Prince, Glover & Hayes for a free case consultation.
Partner Josh Hayes recently filed a personal injury case concerning an on-the-job injury in the Circuit Court of Tuscaloosa County. The client was working at a jobsite when he was maimed after a concrete truck malfunctioned and caused him significant injuries. Unfortunately, the client now struggles with a disability that prevents him from working. The suit was filed against the company that owned the concrete truck.
Mr. Hayes is no stranger to personal injury cases, no matter where or how the accident happens. He is looking forward to providing representation to this injured and hard-working client.
Prince, Glover & Hayes handles all types of personal injury cases. If you need legal assistance or you are an attorney with a case to refer, please call us today.
Prince Glover & Hayes partner Matt Glover recently resolved a serious injury case on behalf of a local police officer. Initially the insurance company denied responsibility. Ultimately the responsible parties paid a significant amount to resolve the case. Prince Glover & Hayes is honored to represent injured people and especially those who serve our community as members of law enforcement.
We are pleased to announce that Blake Williams, a dedicated attorney here at Prince, Glover, and Hayes, has partnered up with an organization called EndDD.org in order to help make a difference in Alabama teenager’s lives. On January 24th, 2017, Mr. Williams will give a presentation at Tuscaloosa Academy and speak out against the dangers of distracted driving.
EndDD.org has organized presentations at schools since late 2009, and to date, their message of lifesaving safety on the road has impacted 329,528 high schoolers across America. Everyone at the firm is very proud of the advocacy Mr. Williams selflessly undertakes, and we believe this advocacy can, and will, save lives on the road. We invite you to learn more about EndDD.org by clicking here.
Partner Josh Hayes settled a horrendous personal injury case involving a client who was jogging when a car inexplicably ran off the road and hit him. The client sustained severe injuries from the accident which ultimately forced him to retire from his job as a University of Alabama professor. Mr. Hayes was able to collect the full $200,000 policy limits between the at-fault driver’s insurance and the client’s insurance to cover his medical expenses. Thankfully the client had underinsured motorist coverage and medical payments benefits coverage which helped greatly with his medical expenses.
Mr. Hayes and the attorneys at Prince, Glover & Hayes have experience handling all aspects of personal injury cases. Please do not hesitate to call Josh for a free consultation if you or a loved one have been injured by someone else’s actions.
Prince, Glover & Hayes Attorney, Coe Baxter, has settled a personal injury claim without filing a law suit. Our clients were traveling down driving down Indian Hills Drive when they had to slow with the flow of traffic and were rear-ended. Both driver and passenger suffered serious injuries to the neck and back.
Attorney Coe Baxter and his team were able to successfully come to a favorable settlement for our clients. He was also able to negotiate reductions with our clients’ medical providers.
Prince, Glover & Hayes handles personal injury cases from all over the state of Alabama. Please call our office today for a free consultation.