$1.7 Million Awarded In Pedestrian’s Death
A jury has awarded $1.7 million to the estate of a Birmingham Alabama pedestrian who was killed after being hit by a car driven by a former Alabama Power Company president, reports the Montgomery Adviser.
The 50-year-old man, employed by Southern Research Institute was crossing from one building to another when he was hit by the 82-year-old driver on February 11, 2009. The driver suffers from macular degeneration which causes impaired vision, yet still drives.
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