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Graves County – Woman Dead After Being Hit By Car

Posted on Tuesday, November 5th, 2019 at 6:43 am    

A woman died after being hit by a car.

The incident happened near a home on KY 381, November 4.

67-year-old Bob Reed hit Glenda Garland with his car as she was getting her mail.

Garland was sent to a local hospital, but she later died.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.


Graves County – Two-Vehicle Accident Killed One

Posted on Sunday, November 3rd, 2019 at 5:57 pm    

Two cars crashed, causing one death.

The incident happened around 8:25 pm, October 30, at the intersection of KY 80 E and KY 1124.

81-year-old Nancy E. Riley was sent to the hospital after the crash, but died later.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.


Graves County – Woman Dead After Car And Truck Crash

Posted on Tuesday, October 29th, 2019 at 2:37 pm    

A woman died after a truck crashed into her car.

The incident happened on 4:55 pm Sunday, at the intersection of Twin Hill Road overpass and KY 301.

22-year-old Lasha Britten was driving slowly as her car was malfunctioning. 52-year-old Rodney Goodwin did now notice her and rear-ended his semi into her car.

Britten was sent to Jackson Purchase Medical Center to get treatment.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.


Graves County – Motorcyclist Injured After Avoiding A Deer

Posted on Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019 at 2:39 am    

A motorcyclist was injured after trying to avoid collision with a deer.

The incident happened on October 17 around 9:40 pm, on KY 129.

63-year-old Randall Earl Langston was driving a 2002 Harley Davidson motorcycle when he ran off the road and hit an embankment. He was trying to avoid hitting a deer.

He was taken to a medical center, but he was also charged with DUI second offense with an aggravating circumstance, operating on a DUI suspended license and failure to maintain required insurance.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.


Graves County – Two Vehicles Crashed, Injured One

Posted on Wednesday, October 16th, 2019 at 12:17 am    

Two vehicles crashed and injured one person.

The incident happened at around 1 pm on KY 303.

18-year-old Andrew Koehn was driving, and the car of 36-year-old Jesus Hernandez Delgado was in front of his. Delgado’s vehicle rear-ended Koehn’s, causing it to leave the road and hit a dirt embankment.

Koehn had to be sent to a hospital to get his leg treated. Meanwhile, Delgado was not injured.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.


Graves County – Two Injured After Fiery Collision

Posted on Friday, September 27th, 2019 at 12:33 am    

Two were injured after a car crash.

The incident happened on September 26, at the intersection of KY 849 and Meridian Road.

29-year-old James Farris was traveling southbound on Meridian Road when he failed to notice 39-year-old Daniel Sasseen heading westbound on KY 849. The collision completely blocked KY 849, and a passerby had to use a fire extinguisher to put out the fire on one the vehicles’ engines.

Farris and Sasseen were injured. Farris refused treatment, while Sasseen was taken to Baptist Health to get treatment.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.


Graves County – Man Killed In Truck And Motorcycle Crash

Posted on Wednesday, September 18th, 2019 at 8:52 pm    

A man was killed in a motorcycle and truck crash.

The incident happened on US-45 at Fowler Road, around 8:45 am, September 17.

A 2007 GMC pickup truck rammed into the motorcycle of 53-year-old David E. Jones.

Jones was pronounced dead at the scene.

Further investigations are ongoing.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.


Graves County – Three Injured After Car Accident

Posted on Monday, September 9th, 2019 at 8:28 pm    

Three people were injured following a car accident.

The crash happened on I-69 around 6:10 pm.

35-year-old William Boykin, of Mayfield, was driving a small SUV and pulling a car dolly trailer. The trailer started to fishtail and hit a semi, rolling the vehicle over.

Boykin and two passengers were injured. He and another passenger were sent to Jackson Purchase Medical Center. Meanwhile, the other was sent to Baptist Health Paducah.

After an investigation, Boykin was arrested and sent to Graves County Jail for two counts of 1st degree wanton endangerment and 1st degree DUI with an aggravating circumstance.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.


Graves County – Traffic Flagger Injured After Hit By Vehicle

Posted on Thursday, September 5th, 2019 at 11:09 pm    

A traffic flagger injured after she was hit by a vehicle.

The incident happened Thursday morning.

Jennifer Burks is now recovering. People are advised to take care while driving.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.


Graves County – Motorcyclist Injured After Crashing, Trying To Avoid Dear

Posted on Thursday, July 25th, 2019 at 7:00 pm    

A motorcyclist sustained injuries after a crash.

The accident happened on July 25 around 6:40 am on KY 339.

30-year-old Dustin Black tried to avoid crashing into a deer but ended up overturning his motorcycle.

He was then sent to a nearby medical center for treatment.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.

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