Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Lawsuit Filed in Aftermath of Indiana Car Crash

42-year-old Carl Walker of Knox, Indiana caused a widespread damage and multiple injuries in a recent series of car crashes on Indiana’s U.S. 30. Driving a company vehicle from his business, Walker and Walker's Specialized Logistics, Walker collided with five vehicles in an incident that was said to have stemmed from a known health condition from which Walker has long suffered.

The lawsuit was filed on behalf of 46-year-old Darla Kirn, whose right arm and hand were severely injured in the crash, resulting in partial amputation. Several other members of the Kirn family sustained injuries in the incident, as well. The lawsuit asks for $10 million in combined damages.

If you or a family member has suffered as the result of a car crash, we can help you understand your legal options. Contact the car accident attorneys at The Heller Law Firm for a free consultation, or call us direct at 866-461-5791. You will hear from us either the same day or within 24 hours.