Fatal Hit and Run on I-64 in Louisville, KY
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Some very tragic news. According to WAVE3, a man has died in a hit and run on I-64 eastbound on the afternoon of Saturday, August 6, 2022. Louisville Metro Police officers responded to the incident around 1:30p.m. At the scene the police found the man dead in the median of the highway. The incident occurred between the tunnels and Cannons Lane.

The police were able to determine that the deceased man was the victim of a hit and run. Unfortunately as of now police do not have a description of the vehicle that fled the scene, but Louisville Metro Police Department is continuing to investigate the incident. If anyone has information about this incident, please call the anonymous Crime Tip Hotline at (502) 574-LMPD (5653) or use the Crime Tip portal.

Hit and run accidents are too common in today’s society. The only way to protect you and your family is by including uninsured motorist coverage on your automobile insurance coverage. Uninsured motorist coverage protects you and the occupants of your vehicle should you be in a collision with a hit and run vehicle. We recommend to all Kentuckians to get as much uninsured motorist coverage as you can afford. If you are in a collision with a vehicle that flees the scene of the accident and the vehicle cannot be tracked down, uninsured motorist is meant to cover your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, among other damages, under such circumstances.

Have more questions about Hit and Run Accidents? Watch more about what you can do after a Hit & Run Accident here.

Meagher Injury Lawyers has considerable experience representing injury victims of hit and run accidents in addition to wrongful death injury cases. If you don’t know where to turn next following an accident where the at fault driver left the scene of the accident, give us a call for a free legal consultation. If we cannot track down the at fault party we can help with your uninsured motorist claim. Don’t Wait, Call Tate!

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