ATMORE, ALABAMA – Escambia County High School softball coach William Casady was killed yesterday in a car accident in Bay Minette near Mobile, Alabama. According to Alabama State Troopers, Casady was driving on Phillipsville Road in his Hyndai Elantra when he crossed into oncoming traffic and collided with a Ford pickup truck. Casady was not wearing a seatbelt and was thrown from the car, leading to his death at the scene of the car accident. The driver of the Ford was treated at North Baldwin Hospital for his car accident injuries.
Grief counselors will be on hand at Escambia County High School to help students deal with this tragic loss of a local educator and coach. At Long & Long, our hearts go out to the family of Coach Casady as well as the students and faculty of ECHS. Car accident deaths happen far too often in Alabama, and we support the efforts of Alabama law enforcement officers in recent years to help keep Alabama’s roadways safer.
One way we do our part to keep Alabama safe is by helping the victims of car accidents in Alabama. We strive to help families receive compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and wrongful death damages.
If you or a loved one has suffered a car accident injury, please contact Long & Long today for a free evaluation of your case.