According to WDRB, all lanes of Dixie Highway were shut down for almost two hours on the evening of Monday, October 3, 2022, for a fatal wreck in Muldraugh, Kentucky. Kentucky State Police investigated the wreck that occurred around 4:45 p.m. on U.S. 31 W. on top of the hill. Police shut down the road originally in both directions in order to investigate and reconstruct the wreck. It’s not known at this time how many vehicles were involved in the crash or how many people died.
If you have lost a loved one in a motor vehicle accident in Kentucky due to someone else’s negligence you may be entitled to recoup damages. A wrongful death lawsuit allows one to seek compensation for the harm and expenses your family has endured to the careless actions of another. While money can certainly never bring back your loved one, it can aid your family in gaining financial security during such a painful time.
Losing a loved one due to a car accident is obviously devastating. The last thing your family should have to be concerned about is financial uncertainty. When you choose Meagher Injury Lawyers to represent you in your wrongful death claim, you can trust us to assist by thoroughly investigating the circumstances that resulted in your loved one’s death and determining all potentially liable parties. If it becomes necessary to hire experts such as medical experts or accident reconstruction experts to analyze factors that contributed to death and provide expert testimony will front all of those experts’ costs and not expect reimbursement for those costs unless we win your case.
Meagher injury Lawyers will stand beside you and guide you through the entire process. We handle all wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you owe nothing unless we win the case. We are honored to do what we do: help people through difficult times. We would be honored to chat with you about your wrongful death case. Don’t Wait, Call Tate! today to learn how we may be able to help you secure the compensation you deserve for the wrongful death of your loved one.