Luther Jennings, of New London, injured in Lincoln County dump truck accident

In the early morning hours of April 10th, Charles Dameron, 41, of Clarksville, was crossing the intersection at US 61 and White Wildlife Road when the school bus he was driving was struck by a dump truck operated by Luther Jennings, 64, of New London. The bus received significant damage, but Mr. Dameron was thankfully unharmed. Unfortunately, Mr. Jennings suffered moderate injuries. The dump truck also received significant damage, and it had to be towed from the scene. Mr. Jennings transported to Mercy Hospital-Lincoln by the Lincoln county ambulance service, and later released.

Car accidents can be traumatic, particularly those involving industrial vehicles or heavy equipment. We at the law offices of Kevin J. Roach wish Mr. Jennings and his family a thorough and complete recovery from his injuries.

The Legal Claims

Missouri maintains a thorough system of laws governing personal injury actions. This legal regime guarantees that those hurt by the negligence of another can seek compensation from that person for their bad acts. Here, depending on the fault of the parties, they might seek and receive compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, and any pain and suffering they’ve had to endure due to the accident–from either the drivers, their employers, and their respective insurers. Furthermore, the parties may seek compensation for their totaled vehicles.

If you’ve recently been in a car, truck, or heavy machiney accident, consider consulting with the personal injury experts at the law offices of Kevin J. Roach, (866) 519-0085, today.