CSX Worker Dies From Injuries
On October 28, three CSX workers were struck by a vehicle that drove around two sets of barricades on a CSX work site.
The three CSX workers involved in the accident included Jim Conley, Luis Knott III, and Paul Castle. After the accident, Conley and Knott were transported to Wood County Hospital in Bowling Green. Castle was taken by air to Mercy St. Vincent Memorial Hospital.
CSX Worker Dies of Injures
Paul Castle has died from the injuries he sustained in the October accident. Our office’s thoughts and prayers go out to his family during this difficult time.
The driver of the vehicle that struck Castle was Cory Rickard. The police suspect that he was driving under the influence at the time of the accident. According to 13 ABC News, he was arranged on charges of aggravated vehicular assault after the accident.
Family of the Victim
The family of the victim, Paul Castle, should contact a wrongful death attorney regarding this matter.
A wrongful death claim can be filed if a loved one’s death was caused due to the negligence or reckless behavior of another person.
One of the common circumstances of wrongful death cases include impaired driving and reckless driving, both of which can be attributed to the death of Paul Castle.
The lawyers at our office understand how difficult this situation is for the families of wrongful death victims. We have helped other families in similar situations, allowing them to receive compensation for the death of their loved one.
To speak to one of our lawyers, call today.
They can answer any questions that you have related to the accident as well as offer a free case evaluation. You may also want to order a free copy of The Ohio Wrongful Death Book to help you better understand the legal process.
We handle Ohio personal injury cases involving car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, ATV accidents, Ohio workers’ compensation, construction accidents, child injuries, wrongful death, medical malpractice, nursing home neglect, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, food poisoning, dog bite attacks, and all injury cases.