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Jack Masters Killed And Four Others Injured in Northern Kentucky Auto Accident

This Kentucky car crash occurred around 10:00 p.m. Saturday Night at the intersection of Crittenden and Mount Zion Road in Grant County, Kentucky. Police reports indicate that 21 year old Jack Masters was pulling out of a driveway when his vehicle was broadsided by an SUV. Masters died at the scene of the crash. Passenger Kyle McMullen was treated for injuries at the hospital and has now been released. The woman driving the SUV and two young children were also taken to the Hospital for injuries sustained in the crash.

At this time, this accident has multiple claims which include the Kentucky Personal Injury Claims of the adults and children injured in the crash, and a Kentucky Wrongful Death Claim by the family of Mr. Masters. Passengers in vehicles, under Kentucky law aren’t viewed as at-fault parties and can seek civil justice to compensate them for what the have been harmed, including economic loss, such as medical bills, lost wages, and pain & suffering. (here is a link to a explanation of compensatory damages for Kentucky personal injury claims).

The Kentucky Injury/Death Attorney Brent T. Ackerson and the Ackerson Law Offices handle these types of claims for victims and families, and are available to answer any questions about the process and the law related to accidents and deaths.