Dixon Law Office Retained To Handle Naperville Car Fatality Case
Today, the family of Emily Driscoll filed paperwork to begin the legal process by opening an Estate on her behalf. Dixon Law Office has been retained by the family of the Naperville woman killed on November 9. Emily Driscoll, 22, was walking her rescued greyhound dog, Quincy, home on November 9. As she crossed Rickert Drive at its intersection with Book Road, she was struck by a car driven by Kenneth E. Holmberg, 74, of Plainfield. Driscoll’s dog also died as a result of the crash.
Dixon Law Office founder, G. Grant Dixon III, said, “our investigation has revealed that Mr. Holmberg ran a red light and struck Ms. Driscoll as she crossed in the crosswalk with her dog.”
The family hopes that something good can come out of this tragedy. Dixon continued, “The family certainly hopes that all the attention surrounding their daughter’s tragic death will make other drivers be more aware of the road and not be distracted.”
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