Drunk Driver Hits Tree, Injures Fiance's Two Kids
This falls into the category of "are you sure you want to marry this guy"!? A 37-year old man, driving drunk, crashed into a tree with his fiance's two children in the vehicle and caused serious injuries to both kids. Child protective services have been called in on the case; one of the children required surgical repair of internal injuries.
The police questioned the injured man, while he was at the hospital being treated for his own injuries; he indicated that he’d crashed because of a 'coughing spasm' and because he couldn’t see where he was going. But, a breath test revealed his blood alcohol level was .09 and a blood screen calculated it at .11. Naturally, he was arrested and taken to county jail; he is charged with Driving Under the Influence Resulting in Injury and Neglect of a Dependent.
Whether the mother of these children files an automobile accident lawsuit against her DUI fiance/driver remains to be seen. She certainly has the right to pursue litigation on their behalf. She is a single mom; thus, she will have a flood of bills to deal with after this incident and likely insufficient cash flow to meet the extraordinary obligations of the injuries to her kids on top of her regular bills and expenses. If she decides to pursue litigation, she may also wish to consider applying for lawsuit funding.
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