• July 18, 2017

Paul Phipps Killed in Mobile, AL Interstate 10 Accident

Mobile, AL -- A three-vehicle hit-and-run crash claimed the life of 36-year-old Paul Phipps Saturday, July 15, 2017 in Mobile, AL.

The incident happened on Interstate 10 around 9 a.m. According to reports, Mr. Phipps was headed to the USS Battleship Memorial Park with a group of fellow motorcyclists. It seems Mr. Phipps was either ahead of or behind the group when his bike collided with an SUV. The collision left Mr. Phipps in the path of an 18-wheeler, which ended up striking the man.

Mr. Phipps was killed in the collision.

Both vehicles allegedly left the scene of the incident.

The investigation is currently underway, and police say they are seeking any information regarding the incident.

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These types of accidents are always tragic, but they're even more unfortunate when the other vehicles involved leave the scene. With hope, a more thorough investigation will shore up some of the more complex elements left unclarified by preliminary media reports.

I'm curious to find out why the other vehicles fled, and further, if the driver of the truck was aware of the fact the victim was in the roadway. However, we don't have access to this information at this time. We'll have to await the outcome of a more thorough investigation before we have the answers to these important questions.

--Grossman Law Offices


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