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Kentucky Man Killed in Head-On Collision in Madison County

According to WKYT, Robert O’rear, a 62 year old man from Berea, Kentucky, was killed in a car wreck on Tuesday, August 23, 2022, around 8:15 a.m, on KY-627 in the area of Boonesborough Elementary School. Kentucky State Police investigated the accident and found that the driver of a pickup truck crossed the center line into O’rear’s lane of travel and collided head-on with O’rear’s vehicle. O’rear was taken to the hospital in Richmond, where he later died.

Head-on collisions are often one of the most serious types of car accidents. The force of two vehicles colliding with each other at high speeds of travel causes an enormous amount of damage. As such, head-on crashes often cause serious injuries or death. It’s critical that the victim of a head-on collision or their family contact an injury lawyer as soon as possible after the accident. It is often the time that an investigation must be done to determine which driver was the at fault cause of the accident.

Meagher Injury Lawyers has been successful in pursuing head-on collision injury claims. Oftentimes we are able to resolve the injury claim with the insurance company prior to filing a lawsuit. However, if necessary, we will file a lawsuit and pursue justice through the court process. You only have one opportunity to obtain the monetary compensation you may need for the rest of your life. It’s critical you follow all proper procedures to protect you or your loved ones’ best interest. Kentucky has laws limiting how long you can take legal action (which is known as “statute of limitation” laws). Thus, it’s critical you act as soon as possible, so you don’t lose out on your chance to receive maximum compensation. Don’t Wait, Call Tate! today for your free legal consultation for your head-on accident injury case.