A Bardstown, Kentucky resident has been killed in an accident on the Gene Snyder Freeway. The accident involved a 23 young man, Dennis Tindle, who was driving north in the southbound lane of the expressway. Mr. Tindle’s Ford Focus struck a Dodge Durango head-on and caused another vehicle to rear-end the Durango. Tingle was killed in the accident and the other vehicle’s passengers and drivers were taken to the hospital with severe injuries. Questions remain as to why this young man was driving down the expressway in the wrong lane. Police are still investigating the accident.
Legal questions immediately arise as to whether alcohol was a factor, and where was the driver coming from and going to. In cases like this, it is important to look at where the driver had been, who he had been with, and what were they doing just prior to the accident. Such collateral evidence can help to establish why this tragedy occurred. This may be a case where other parties bear some fault for what happened in this tragic accident. Right now, we know that this accident has taken the life of a young man, and caused others to incur medical bills, lost wages, and suffering. Legally, it must be determined what exactly happened, so those involved can seek justice for what has happened.
For more information on Kentucky injury accidents and wrongful death claims, contact the Ackerson Law Offices and Kentucky accident and wrongful death attorney Brent T. Ackerson at (502) 882-5176 or email Brent at firstname.lastname@example.org. Justice requires that the victims be compensated for their medical bills, lost wages, and suffering. People injured need to know what they are facing and their rights in order to make informed choices about their legal options.