Kentucky Truck Crash Fatally Injures Two Men

Published on Jan 31, 2010 at 11:46 pm in Truck Accidents.

A late night truck crash killed two men in Paducah on Thursday January 28, 2010. The men, Marcus Anthony McCleese and John Joeseph Carlton McCleese died around 10 p.m. after their 2007 Dodge went out of control on Husbands Road. The two men were from Carter County and were in town working.

McCracken County Sheriff Jon Hayden said the Utility Truck was traveling at a high rate of speed. The Kentucky Accident remains under investigation.

Buzzard Rock Marina Employee Dies After Fire

Published on Nov 17, 2008 at 11:28 pm in Boating Accident.

Travis Leech, 23, has lost the battle with his injuries resulting from the Buzzard Rock marina fire 11 days ago. Our deepest sympathies go out to the Leech family, and to all those who were close to him.

The fact that Leech most likely lost his life because of the negligence of another is disheartening. Paducah, Kentucky personal injury attorney, Daryl T. Dixon, is no stranger to tragedies such as these. As a wrongful death attorney, Mr. Dixon is familiar with the possible claims that may be brought on behalf of Travis Leech by his family. A few likely claims may be for workers compensation, product liability if the gas pump or boat are deemed faulty, and a wrongful death claim for any negligence committed by any party which resulted in the injures sustained by Mr. Leech.

Graves County Crash Leaves Brian Williams Fighting for Life

Published on Nov 17, 2008 at 11:23 pm in Truck Accidents.

A Kentucky car and semi truck wreck this morning in Graves County, Kentucky have 34 year old Brian Williams fighting for his life tonight at a Nashville hospital.  Williams was struck in the side as he turned into his driveway on Kentucky Highway 121 near the Graves County and Carlisle County Line.

This story has been developing all day since this mornings crash.  Williams was flown to a Nashville Hospital where he is in Serious Condition with severe head injuries.  He was not wearing his seat belt at the time of the crash.

Kentucky Motorcycle Accident Takes Life of Dr. Jack Diles

Published on Nov 17, 2008 at 11:12 pm in Auto Accidents.

Dr. Jack Diles of Symsonia Kentucky was killed over the weekend in a Kentucky motorcycle accident. Dr. Diles had been practicing Internal Medicine in western Kentucky for the last four decades.

Dr. Diles used to be a neighbor of mine when I was growing up. He was a nice man and an established doctor. His accidental death should be a warning sign to all of those that ride motorcycles in Kentucky.

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