Lawsuit Filed in Death of Teenager

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Lawsuit filed in death of teenager killed by CSX Train.

The mother of Loren Wesley Whiddon, Jr., the seventeen year old Fleming High School football standout killed by a CSX train, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit. Loren Wesley Whiddon, Jr. was killed on May 14, 2008, when he was struck by a CSX train crossing over Black Creek in Clay County, Florida.

In the lawsuit, Angela Whiddon alleges that the negligence of CSX and its Senior Road Foreman of Engines caused the death of her son. The lawsuit is pending in the Circuit Court of Clay County Florida as Civil Action File Number 2008-CA-1239. Mrs. Whiddon is represented by Edward S. Cook and Gary Easom of the Cook, Hall & Lampros law firm out of Atlanta, Georgia.

About Cook, Hall & Lampros:

Cook, Hall & Lampros, LLP is a plaintiff's civil litigation firm concentrating in trial practice. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, Cook, Hall & Lampros lawyers fight to protect individuals and small businesses in many types of litigation and have extensive experience litigating and trying cases in venues throughout the United States, including Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Kentucky, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Texas, California, Virginia, Louisiana, Illinois, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

For more information contact Edward S. Cook, 404-876-8100.


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