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Family alleges tractor-trailer owner, driver caused crash


By Jenie Mallari-Torres | Jun 21, 2018

LOGAN — A couple and the mother of the husband are suing a tractor-trailer owner and driver, alleging negligence caused a vehicle crash.

Nathaniel Hall, Erica Hall and Coral Hall filed a complaint May 11 in Logan Circuit Court against Hinz Trucking Inc and William Workman, alleging Workman negligently operated the tractor-trailer owned by Hinz and caused it to collide with plaintiffs' vehicle.

According to the complaint, on Nov. 7, 2016, the Halls were driving Cora Hall's minivan on state Route 119 when Workman's tractor trailer ran into their vehicle. Nathaniel Hall said he suffered injuries his knees, left wrist, chest and upper back and incurred damages in excess of $28,000, Erica Hall says she suffered loss of consortium of her husband and Coral Hall allegedly suffered the total loss of her vehicle. 

The plaintiffs allege Workman failed to maintain proper control of the tractor trailer.

The Halls seek trial by jury, judgment, jointly and severally, in excess of $100,000, pre-judgment interest, out-of-pocket expenses and all other general and proper relief. They are represented by attorney Mark Hobbs of Chapmanville.

Logan Circuit Court case number 18-C-119

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