Ann Marie Brown and Terri Lynn Walker Killed in Seperate Alabama Motorcycle Accident
Ann Marie Brown, 45, a passenger on the 1997 Harley Davidson motorcycle driven by William Robert Brown, 48, of Castleberry, was killed as a result of a collision with an 18-wheel tractor trailer. The accident happened around 9:00 p.m. on I65 17 miles southwest of Evergreen. Brown was taken to a local hospital within unknown injuries. The accident is under investigation by Alabama State Troopers. In a similar, yet unrelated accident, Terri Lynn Walker, 56 of Dothan, was pronounced dead at the scene after her 1990 Harley Davidson Motorcycle on which she was a passenger ran off the road and into a tree around 8:15 p.m. on South Rocky Creek Road, one mile north of Cottonwood. The motorcycle’s driver, 56-year-old Nathan Oliver Raley, Jr. was taken to a nearby hospital to be treated. The accident is under investigation by Alabama State Troopers. When a loved one is killed as a result of a motorcycle accident, you may be entitled to compensation for damages. At Ferguson & Ferguson, we are motorcycle accident attorneys who aggressively pursue legal rights for accident victims and our motorcycle accident lawyers are skilled at handling fatal motorcycle accidents. If a member of your family is the victim of a motorcycle accident, you may be entitled to substantial compensation. Contact Ferguson & Ferguson for a free consultation and complimentary assessment of your case. We are happy to answer your questions and explain your legal options at no charge. Our staff is available to take your call 24 hours a day. Home and hospital visits are also available any where in the state of Alabama. To speak with attorney, call 256-534-3435 or (800) 752-1998. We are here to help.