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  • What to Do and Not Do After a Birmingham Car Accident
    What to Do and Not Do After a Birmingham Car Accident

    Imagine it’s a regular day. You’re on I-20 or I-65, heading home after work. Suddenly, you get hit by another car. It happens every day, all over the Birmingham region. Fender benders, T-bones, or ...

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  • Fatality in Birmingham Light Pole Accident
    Fatality in Birmingham Light Pole Accident

    Earlier this month, a man lost control of his vehicle on a rain-slicked Birmingham street. He crashed into a light pole, then a building. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. The car accident is ...

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  • Alabama Woman’s Family Sues For Wrongful Death In Fireworks Factory Explosion
    Alabama Woman’s Family Sues For Wrongful Death In Fireworks Factory Explosion

    The family of a 27 year old Madison County woman who was killed in an explosion at a fireworks factory last February has filed a wrongful death suit against the factory owners and several other ...

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  • School Bus Tragedy in Macon County
    School Bus Tragedy in Macon County

    Tragedy struck Macon County, Alabama earlier this month when a five year old boy was killed on his way to school. According to a WSFA news report, the young boy died after getting run over by his own ...

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  • Birmingham Retirement Facility Suffers Fire Damage
    Birmingham Retirement Facility Suffers Fire Damage

    A Birmingham apartment building for retirees was seriously damaged in a fire, causing 80 residents to evacuate. Though no lives were lost in the fire, the age of the tenants has complicated its ...

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  • Retrial Ends in Hung Jury For Madison, Alabama Police Officer
    Retrial Ends in Hung Jury For Madison, Alabama Police Officer

    Former police officer Eric Parker’s second trial for violation of civil rights has ended in a hung jury. Parker’s first trial ended in a mistrial earlier this year, and prosecutors decided to try him ...

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