Tragic UTV Accident in Magoffin County Kentucky Kills 2 Juveniles
A 15-year-old was driving a 2018 Polaris UTV on Kentucky Route 7 in Salyersville, Magoffin County, Kentucky on November 5th around 7pm when the UTV left the roadway and struck a tree. The UTV was carrying another 15-year-old and a 4-year-old. Both passengers died as a result of the accident and the driver was critically injured. There are many questions to be answered before knowing what claims can be made by the victims in this accident. The first question is who owned the UTV and was permission given to the 15-year-old driver to drive the vehicle on the roadway. Insurance issues will be complicated. Is the UTV covered by a homeowner’s insurance policy. Are there other insurance coverages that apply?
These circumstances will require the services of an experienced attorney to investigate and locate all available insurance and to maximize all benefits available to the victim’s family. Matthew Troutman, auto accident lawyer, of the Troutman Law Office has been handling auto accident claims, almost exclusively, since 1986 and has the experience and talent to obtain the best result for the victims in the above car accident.
If you need legal assistance due to a motor vehicle accident, contact auto accident attorney Matthew Troutman directly at 502-648-9507 and he will meet with you in the hospital, your home or wherever is convenient for you. He will give you direct access through his cell phone and guide you through the difficult process necessary to obtain the best result possible for you in your car accident claim. To learn more about the Troutman Law Office, click here.