Drinking and Driving: A Deadly Combination in Illinois
Why aren't drivers getting the message that drinking and driving don't mix? Why can't they see that this is a dangerous, sometimes fatal combination? The family of 19 year-old Kevin Benes learned this the hard way when a drunk driver slammed into the young Illinois man's car last Dec 11, causing his death.
His family has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Michael Bourdage, the man accused of driving drunk and causing the crash. The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages in excess of $50,000. Bourdage, 24, also faces criminal charges.
Scott McKenna, the Benes' family attorney, stated that the boy's parents want to see to it that "justice is done". "The bottom line is, Mr. Bourdage needs to be held responsible for what he did".
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And, for those of you who like to drink, please don't mix your drinking with driving. Appoint a designated driver, call a cab or a designated driver service. The life you save might be your own, and, if your negligence results in the catastrophic injury or death of another, and you have a conscience, your life will change for the worse and will never be the same.