PRINCETON – Three women are suing a man that caused a vehicle accident that caused them injuries.
Marissa Hamlet, Zhavonne Hamlet and Felisha Hamlet, individually and as parent of Avionna Hamlet were traveling northbound in a vehicle on Ambrose Lane in Princeton when Robert Jones, who was operating a vehicle westbound on U.S. 460, failed to stop for a red traffic signal at the intersection, according to three complaint filed June 21 in Mercer Circuit Court.
The plaintiffs claim Jones collided with the vehicle they were in.
Jones was noted in the traffic crash report for “failure to stop for red signal” at the time of the crash and was issued a warning for the violation by the investigating officer.
The plaintiffs claim the incurred medical expenses and suffered injuries and damages from the defendant’s negligence, recklessness and carelessness.
The plaintiffs sustained pain and suffering; emotional distress; loss of ability to perform household services; loss of ability to enjoy life; humiliation, embarrassment; fear; annoyance; aggravation; mental anguish and inconvenience; and lost wages, according to the suit.
The plaintiffs are seeking compensatory damages with pre- and post-judgment interest. They are being represented by Truman C. Griffith of Warner Law Offices.
Mercer Circuit Court case number: 17-C-254, 17-C-255, 17-C-256