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Alabama Prisoners Injured By Unhealthy Living Conditions Settle For $53,000

Eight prisoners injured by unhealthy living conditions at the Loxley
Community Work Center settled their claim for $53,000. The prisoners had
alleged multiple injuries, including one who suffered dehydration and a rash.

In their lawsuit, filed in Mobile County, the prisoners claimed the
defendant failed to maintain the work center in a safe condition and did
not provide for the prisoners well-being, which resulted in their injuries.
The case settled sometime after the suit was filed in January 1998. See:
Bohannon v. Loxley Community Work Center, 2000 WL 1515785 (Mobile County
Superior Court).

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Related legal case

Bohannon v. Loxley Community Work Center