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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.
Attorney Joshua Hayes has settled a wrongful death cased filed in Lauderdale County. Our client became ill after being exposed to legionella, and shortly died from the illness. Sadly, the deceased was a very healthy and independent 80 year old who lived on her own. She visited a nursing home to check on a sick relative. Incredibly, during that short visit, this nice lady contracted this often-deadly disease.
Josh was proud to represent this fine family. We are very sad for their loss, but are thankful that some measure of justice was achieved.
WVUA hosts LawCall every week on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. This week the topic will be “Divorce & Child Custody” with Coe Baxter hosting. Attorney Nettie Cohen Blume 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.
Attorney Blake Williams reached a favorable settlement for a Tuscaloosa woman who slipped and fell at a well-known, national restaurant in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. As a result of the slip and fall, our client suffered a major knee injury, requiring surgery and many physical therapy sessions. We made a claim on behalf of our client with the national restaurant.
The national restaurant was not willing to make a reasonable settlement offer, so Mr. Williams filed a lawsuit in the Circuit Court of Tuscaloosa County. Mr. Williams began the task of preparing for a trial. After working on the case for several months, Mr. Williams was able to negotiate a significant settlement for our client.
Slip and fall cases are complex and require an experienced attorney familiar with the law in slip and fall cases. Prince, Glover & Hayes handles serious personal injury from all over the state. Please call our office today for a free consultation.
WVUA hosts LawCall every week on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. This week the topic will be “Grandpa and the Law” with Bob Prince hosting. Attorney Joel Dorroh 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.
Prince Glover & Hayes partner Matt Glover has filed a personal injury lawsuit in Dale County, Alabama. Our firm represents a 12 year old boy who was viciously attacked by three pit bull dogs. Additionally, we represent a young lady that rescued the young boy during the attack. During the rescue, she was attacked as well. This case is against the dog owner and the landlord. Matt Glover is working on this case in partnership with the Dothan, Alabama firm of Hogg & Gartlan.
Prince Glover & Hayes partner Matt Glover has filed a new case on behalf of Alabama poultry farmers. These farmers suffered an accident at their farm. When the farmers filed a claim with their insurance carrier, the claim was denied. As a result, the farmers are on the verge of losing their farm. This particular case has been filed in the Circuit Court of Marshall County. Matt Glover will serve as co-counsel with lawyers from the Guntersville, Alabama law firm of Beard & Beard. Matt Glover has already collected over $10,000,000 on behalf of Alabama poultry farmers in similar cases.
WVUA hosts LawCall every week on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. This week the topic will be “Workplace Safety” with Josh Hayes hosting. Ramona Morris from OSHA 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.
Medical devices are sometimes poorly designed and manufactured, which can lead to the medical device not performing properly once implanted into the body. If you or anyone you know has had an inferior vena cava (IVC) filter implanted because they were at risk of suffering a pulmonary embolism and were unable to take blood thinners, please give the attorneys at Prince, Glover & Hayes a call. You need an experienced attorney to fight on your behalf for your interests. The attorneys at Prince, Glover & Hayes offer free consultations and are available weekdays and weekends to meet with you.
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.