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Louisville Wrongful Death Lawyer Karl Truman Discusses Being Retained in the Dallas Easton Case

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Louisville lawyer Karl Truman discusses the recent car accident case involving Dallas Easton.

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LOUISVILLE, KY, August 26, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Louisville wrongful death lawyer Karl Truman says he has noticed an increase in wrongful death cases in the Louisville area. He has recently been retained in the Dallas Easton wrongful case in which a driver for a car service was killed when he was driving home to Louisville. Currently, the police are investigating the possibility that the driver may have been under the influence of alcohol. Truman says that individuals in need of a car accident lawyer should contact an expert as soon as possible following an accident.

Mr. Truman and his experienced legal team have successfully represented cases similar to the Easton case. Mr. Truman offers free case evaluations to victims and families in the Louisville area. He hopes that by encouraging individuals to take him up on a free case evaluation, they will take the necessary steps toward getting the compensation they deserve.

"Sadly, I have handled several cases involving car accidents similar to the Dallas Easton case," said Louisville lawyer Karl Truman. "I want to encourage victims of personal injury to contact our firm to learn their rights and what steps to take next."

The Karl Truman Injury Law Office has two convenient office locations to better serve victims of personal injury. It offers a wide variety of personal injury services to the Louisville community, including personal injury, wrongful death, car accidents, truck accidents, and medical malpractice.

Louisville wrongful death lawyer Karl Truman and his skilled team proudly serve areas in and surrounding Louisville, Kentucky and Jeffersonville, Indiana. Mr. Truman is the founder of the wrongful death law practice, located in Louisville KY.

For more information about Karl Truman, or to speak with an expert wrongful death lawyer, please fill out a free case evaluation form on the website, or call (502) 222-2222.

About Louisville Wrongful Death Lawyers at the Karl Truman Injury Law Office

Louisville Wrongful Death lawyer, Karl Truman has helped numerous personal injury victims and their families. His team offers a variety of services including auto accidents, dangerous drugs and medical devices, dog bite injuries, workplace injuries, medical malpractice, and nursing home abuse and neglect. They serve the surrounding areas of Louisville, Kentucky and Jeffersonville, Indiana. For more information, please visit: http://www.trumanlaw.com.

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