When someone is killed in an accident, there is little that can be done that will truly be able to help a surviving family move on. While it won’t take away all the heartache, justice can go a long way in giving a mourning family a sense of closure. That’s what Kokomo police are hoping to do after a teen was recently killed in a tragic accident.
On September 12th an SUV struck two teens that were riding on a moped. Both friends were rushed to the hospital with serious injuries, but tragically the driver passed away. To make matters worse, the driver of the SUV fled the scene of the crime, turning the accident into a hit-and-run.
There was a break in the case, however, when police were conducting an unrelated investigation at a home and found what they believed to be the SUV involved in the wreck. While no arrests have been made yet, police are collecting valuable evidence that will hopefully bring the runaway driver to justice.
Do You Need an Indianapolis Wrongful Death Lawyer?
We know how difficult the aftermath of a deadly accident can be. We know that while the emotional stress can feel overwhelming, the financial stress can also be incredibly daunting. That’s the last thing we want you to have to worry about, and that’s why the Ken Nunn Law Office fights to get surviving families the compensation they deserve.
If you’re loved one was killed in an accident caused by the negligence of another person or persons, your family shouldn’t be held responsible for any of the ensuing expenses. A successful wrongful death claim can get you that much needed money. It can even send a powerful message that negligence won’t be tolerated.
If you’ve suffered a loss at the hands of negligence, contact the Ken Nunn Law Office. We can get started on your wrongful death claim with a free case review right away.
Source. WTHR.com, ‘http://www.wthr.com/story/23495226/2013/09/21/vehicle-found-in-kokomo-fatal-hit-run,’ September 21, 2013.
Source. The Indy Channel, ‘http://www.theindychannel.com/news/local-news/truck-believed-found-in-fatal-crash-that-killed-kokomo-teen,’ Ebone Monet, September 22, 2013.