Patrick Hamlin Seriously Injured In Graves County, Kentucky Motorcycle Accident
This Kentucky Motorcycle Crash happened on Tuesday. Police reports indicate that 52 year old Charles Holton failed to see 23 year old Patrick Hamlin’s motorcycle, as Holton tried to turn off of Central Road onto West Tucker Road. Holton failed to yield the right-of-way to Hamlin, and turned into the path of Hamlin’s motorcycle. The crash caused Hamlin to be thrown 75 feet and suffer serious injuries. Patrick Hamlin’s injuries were so serious that he was airlifted from Jackson Purchase Medical Center to Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Motorcyclists can suffer serious injuries when motorists hit them. Mr. Hamlin’s medical bills and future medical bills will be very expensive. He will not be able to work for a period of time and he will have severe pain and suffering from his injuries. All of which are covered by Kentucky law and all of which Mr. Hamlin has a right to recovery and be compensated for under Kentucky law.
At this point, people like Mr. Hamlin, who are seriously injured in accidents, need to put their full attention to medically recovering. It is important for injured persons to have knowledgeable legal representation to be handling legal affairs for them while they focus on their physical health. Insurance company have to be contacted, and insurance coverage rights need to be asserted, including reserving PIP coverage payouts for later times, once the full extent of the injuries and bills can be assessed.
Information regarding asserting insurance claim rights and maximizing coverage, benefits, and legal compensation/recovery can be obtained from the Ackerson Law Offices. (502) 882-5176 or a direct link to the firm’s website is available here. (Motorcycle Accident Attorneys).