Two people lost their lives after a two-vehicle collision occurred near Bowman Field on Taylorsville Road. The accident, which occurred near Betty Lane in Louisville, Kentucky, happened last Monday, November 28.
According to preliminary investigations made by local police, a white pickup truck was traveling west on Taylorsville Road when it collided with a green car that was trying to turn onto Taylorsville Road. The passenger and the driver in the car died at the scene of the accident, police said. On the other hand, the driver of the pickup truck was brought to a nearby hospital for the immediate treatment of his non-life-threatening injuries. Police are still investigating the cause of the accident.
At the Sampson Law Firm, we see the aftermath of tragic car accidents far too often. Our sincerest thoughts and condolences are with the family and friends of the victims as they mourn the sudden loss of their loved ones.
McCracken County Sheriff’s Department deputies reported a single-vehicle accident, which occurred around 11:16 p.m. on Friday, November 11 in the 5700 block of Old Mayfield Road, caused injuries to four teenagers.
According to preliminary investigations, 16-year-old Paducah resident Jacoy-ce Hunt was driving along Old Mayfield Road when he lost control of the vehicle by swerving to avoid an animal standing in the middle of the road. The swerve caused the vehicle to hit a culvert before flipping over. Hunt and three other teenagers between the ages of 14 and 16 sustained non-life-threatening injuries. They were all taken to Lourdes Hospital to receive medical attention.
A personal injury accident does not cause only emotional and physical trauma, but also forces victims to undergo a painful recovery process involving expensive medical bills as a result. If you were the victim of a personal injury accident due to the negligent actions of other people in Louisville and other areas in Kentucky, get in touch with our attorneys at the Sampson Law Firm by calling our offices today at (502) 584-5050 so we can help you file the appropriate lawsuit.
Two residents of Louisville, Kentucky lost their lives in a vehicular accident in Hebron on Saturday, October 22. The Boone County accident killed 27-year-old Benkat Prashant Kommu and 25-year-old Raja Sakar Reddy Yarmala.
According to preliminary investigations made by police investigators, the driver of the vehicle veered off the roadway, went airborne, and then crashed into a tree. Although Kommu and Yarmala were killed because the vehicle lost control, a third passenger and the vehicle’s driver remained unharmed during the incident. Police investigators are currently conducting further probes into the matter to find out what factors might have contributed to the crash in the first place.
At the Sampson Law Firm, our attorneys handle tragic and fatal cases such as this one far too often. Our thoughts and condolences are with the friends and family of the victims in this accident as they mourn the loss of their loved ones.
A woman lost her life and another was injured on Saturday, October 22 just before 5:30 a.m. in a hit-and-run accident near the corner of Outer Loop and Grade Lane in Louisville, Kentucky.
According to Louisville Metropolitan Police Department spokeswoman Alicia Smiley, the two women were riding in a Dodge Caliber westbound along the Outer Loop when a Volkswagen Jetta turning onto the road from Grade Lane collided with their vehicle. This incident caused the two women to get out of their vehicle. As they were standing near their car and surveying the damage the collision brought on, a Chevrolet 1500 pickup truck headed east on Outer Loop crashed into the two women and their vehicle. The driver of the pickup truck left the scene of the accident. One of the women died because of her mortal injuries at the scene while the other woman was transported to the University of Louisville Hospital for treatment of her injuries of an unknown nature.
The Louisville Metropolitan Police Department is asking the public who may have information regarding the incident to contact them by calling 574-LMPD (5673).
One individual lost her life and another sustained minor injuries after a single-vehicle accident, which occurred around 11 p.m. last Sunday, October 2. The accident happened as the driver attempted to use the ramp at Gene Snyder heading northbound to merge onto Interstate 64 East in Louisville.
The coroner identified the deceased victim as 28-year-old Jessica Smith, who was driving at the time of the accident. According to preliminary investigations, Smith lost control of the wheel, causing the vehicle to flip over. In the process, Smith and her male passenger were both thrown out of the vehicle. Police officers noted that neither the driver nor the passenger had a seat belt securing them at the time of the incident. They flipped and hit the guardrail on the interstate. Smith’s passenger is receiving treatment at University Hospital.
At the Sampson Law Firm, we see tragic accidents such as this one far too often. Our condolences are with the family of the victim as they mourn the loss of their loved one.
On Friday, August 12, Judge Ann Haynie refused to change the $100,000 bond amount she assigned to 34-year-old Bradley Caraway. Charges against Caraway include murder in relation to the vehicular death of 25-year-old former University of Louisville at Kentucky cheerleader Shenae Moorman.
David Lambertus, Caraway’s legal counsel, asked Haynie if Caraway could post 10% of the $100,000 bond. She refused the request but said she would allow that Caraway post property as bond. If Caraway chooses to post property, his bond amount increases to $200,000 and he will be subjected to random alcohol and drug testing. Judge Haynie refused the request because of Caraway’s history of driving while intoxicated.
Prosecutor Paul Richwalski objected to any form of bond reduction, noting, “Although this defendant is charged with murder and murder only at this time, along with leaving the scene of the accident, and there’s no DUI attached to it, I cannot say for certain that won’t come at a later date, which makes that vehicular homicide, alcohol involved, relevant.”
If you are harmed during a motor vehicle accident in Louisville due to the irresponsible and negligent actions of other motorists, seek the legal representation of the team at the Sampson Law Firm. Contact us by calling our offices today at (502) 584-5050 to discuss your legal options.
An individual lost his life during a motorcycle-pickup truck collision that occurred along New Cut Road in Louisville, Kentucky last Tuesday, July 26.
The victim was identified as 29-year-old Jeffersonville resident Jonathan Martin. According to preliminary investigations, Martin was riding his motorcycle down the road when it collided with a pickup truck that was pulling a trailer. A woman who was riding with Martin on the motorcycle sustained critical injuries during the crash. She and Martin were not wearing helmets at the time of the incident. The driver of the pickup truck, on the other hand, did not sustain any injuries.
The attorneys at the Sampson Law Firm see the terrible aftermath of personal injury accidents and know how difficult it can be for families to recover from them. Our thoughts and condolences are with the friends and family of the victim in this accident as they mourn the loss of their loved one.
Twenty-six-year-old Juan Carlos Ortega-Santos of Louisville was charged with murder after he allegedly struck and killed a 16-year-old female and a 10-year-old female with his car. The accident occurred near Taylorsville Road and Farrish Drive at around 9:45 p.m. last Tuesday, an arrest citation issued last Wednesday, June 22 showed.
According to preliminary investigations, Ortega-Santos was headed north on Taylorsville Road when he drove into the bicycle lane, where a group of four young girls were standing. Two of the four girls were hit by Ortega-Santos’ car. Ten-year-old Alena Clay was declared dead at the scene of the accident, and 16-year-old Tyeisha Lacy was transported to Kosair’s Children’s Hospital, where she later succumbed to her injuries. A third girl sustained minor wounds and was also taken to Children’s Kosair’s Hospital.
The attorneys at The Sampson Law Firm are deeply saddened by this terrible accident. Our thoughts and condolences are with the families of the victims as they mourn the loss of their loved ones.
A two-vehicle collision on Southern Parkway in Louisville, Kentucky at around 10 p.m. on Saturday, May 7 resulted in the injury of five individuals.
According to horse trainer Dale Romans, he and four of his friends were riding in a car a day after the Kentucky Derby to the Veterans of Foreign Wars post on Longfield Avenue. The car was struck by another vehicle when the driver ran the stop sign, causing a collision with Romans’ vehicle and sending it into nearby traffic. Romans’ vehicle was then T-boned by a pickup truck.
One of the victims suffered from cracked ribs, another incurred a broken pelvis, and one individual had a fractured vertebrae in the neck.
If your life was put in harm by the use of a by the negligent actions of other motorists on the road in Louisville, the lawyers at the Sampson Law Firm may be able to aggressively pursue your much needed financial compensations. Call our offices today at (502) 584-5050 to learn more about your options.
A two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Maxon Road and Cairo Road in McCracken County, Kentucky injured two women around 1:55 p.m. on Thursday, May 12 .
According to preliminary investigations, 60-year-old Dongola, Illinois resident Estelita Wilson was driving north on Maxon Road when she failed to stop at the Cairo Road intersection. The failure to yield caused a collision with another vehicle, driven by 67-year-old Paducah resident Lavanda Elrod, who was driving west on Cairo Road. Wilson and Elrod were taken by ambulance to the emergency rooms at Lourdes Hospital in Paducah and Baptist Health Louisville Emergency Care in Louisville, respectively, for their critical injuries.
The attorneys at Sampson Law Firm handle personal injury accident cases caused by car, truck, and motorcycle accidents in Louisville. Holding another driver accountable for a car accident can help you receive financial and emotional compensation after your wreck. Speak with a qualified member of our legal team by calling our offices at (502) 584-5050 to discuss what legal representation we can offer you.