Alabama insurer to file suit over $2M hit to insurers coverage
ALABAMA–A major insurance company is suing the state of Alabama for $2 million over the loss of $1 million in coverage for the same incident in Alabama that killed two men and injured 11 others.
The Insurance Department filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Alabama Insurance Agency over the $1.8 million in unpaid claims that the company says occurred after it was notified of an insurance claim by another insurer in the state.
The insurer says the insurance claim was made under an old policy.
The lawsuit claims the Alabama Insurance Company had the wrong policy when it made the claim.ALIGORN–A woman was injured by a car in Alabama’s north on Friday night, killing one person and injuring 11 others, including two children, the state’s Department of Public Safety said.
State police are investigating.
The crash remains under investigation, and the driver has not been arrested.
The crash occurred at approximately 5:30 p.m. on the eastbound lanes of Interstate 10 near the Alabama-Tennessee State line in Birmingham.
The collision caused the vehicle to rear-end a semi truck, according to Alabama State Police.
A third vehicle was involved in the accident.
The two-vehicle accident involved a semi-truck with a passenger in the front and rear, police said.
The front passenger suffered serious injuries.
Police have identified the woman killed as 26-year-old Brittany Jones of Birmingham.
She was pronounced dead at the scene.
The state medical examiner’s office did not release her name or cause of death.