Per WAVE3, 46-year-old Robert Wilson died while being taken by an ambulance to the hospital following a motorcycle crash on the morning of Saturday, September 17, 2022. Kentucky State Police was called to the scene of the wreck around 11 a.m. The crash occurred on US 42 and involved three vehicles. Early investigation has indicated that Wilson lost control of his motorcycle and crashed into the rear of a pickup truck. He subsequently crossed the center line and collided with a minivan per Kentucky State Police’s early investigation. It’s unknown what caused Wilson to lose control of his motorcycle. Our condolences go out to Wilson’s family and friends.
Motorcyclists enjoy the rush of adrenaline they get from riding a motorcycle on the gorgeous open roads of Kentucky. The thrill of driving a motorcycle for any biker is undeniable. Unfortunately, however, the potential dangers of riding a motorcycle can result in catastrophic injuries or death. In Kentucky, under the law, a motorcyclist can file an injury claim for both economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages include expenses like medical bills for surgery, rehabilitation, or other medical treatment, lost wages, loss of future income, and other costs. Non-economic damages include pain and suffering, mental anguish, emotional distress, inconvenience, physical impairment, and other struggles you incur but cannot put a price tag on.
After a motorcycle accident with a negligent driver, you may be thinking how you’ll move forward with life. While life will never be the same, an experienced Kentucky motorcycle accident lawyer can pursue maximum compensation on you or your loved one’s behalf by pursuing a claim for both economic and non-economic damages. To move forward with life you need the maximum compensation you are entitled to in order to begin a difficult recovery and look forward to brighter days ahead.
Tate and his team at Meagher Injury Lawyers can get the ball rolling on your case after the first phone call. We can investigate the facts of your case and hire an accident reconstruction expert if necessary to prove the other driver was the negligent cause of the accident. Once we have built up your case, we’ll contact the other driver’s insurance company or at-fault party and start attempting to negotiate the maximum settlement on your behalf. If an acceptable settlement can’t be reached, Meagher Injury Lawyers is ready to fight for you in court. Don’t Wait, Call Tate! today for your free legal consultation.