Beasley Allen representing family of woman killed in collision with charter bus following National Championship game

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March 29, 2013

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MONTGOMERY, ALA. (March 28, 2013) – A lawsuit filed in the Circuit Court of Montgomery County, Ala., alleges negligence, gross negligence and wantonness that resulted in the wrongful death of Natalie Baine. Ms. Baine was killed in an automobile crash January 8, 2013, when the car she was riding in collided with a charter bus and another vehicle. Attorneys Jere Beasley and Chris Glover of Montgomery based law firm Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C. and Russell Blank of Georgia are representing Ms. Baine’s family. 

Ms. Baine was a student at the University of Alabama and returning from the National Championship football game when the crash occurred. Two of the defendants in the case are also students at the University of Alabama.

“I didn’t know Natalie, but I’ve learned a lot about her since I’ve begun my representation of her family,” Glover said. “She was an incredible girl who was loved by so many. Her life had so much promise and it was stolen from her far too early. It shouldn’t have happened nor should she have died that night. Careless mistakes and foolish choices have consequences in life. We will do everything we can to hold those responsible for the death of this precious young woman.”


News:

Family of UA student killed in crash involving a charter bus on Jan. 8 files lawsuit against driver, others (al.com)
Suit filed against those involved in wreck that killed UA student (Fox 6 WBRC)
Family of UA student killed in crash files wrongful death suit (Tuscaloosa News)
Lawsuit filed in Roswell college student’s death (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
Suit filed over deadly crash with Alabama cheerleader bus (WAAY ABC 31)

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