A Virginia motorcyclist was arrested with DUI charges after a crash in South Carolina. The collision happened when the 45-year-old driving a Harley Davidson eastbound hit a curb and landed in a field. A witness told police exactly what happened and once police arrived they found him lying underneath the bike in a field with face lacerations. A passenger on his bike landed nearby and did not have any visible injuries, however she was unresponsive. The victim’s speech was slurred, and by the time emergency crews arrived tests confirmed he was driving under the influence. The victim sustained serious injuries in the wreck, according to news reports.
As a personal injury attorney my hopes are that those involved in this wreck heal fully and quickly from their injuries. If you or someone dear to you was harmed in a crash caused by negligence, discuss your case with an attorney who can fully investigate and research your case. When you have an attorney on your side, you are more likely to get the results you deserve for your case. An attorney can help you through each step of the legal process and help ensure that you get the full results you deserve. Discuss your case with an attorney today who can work hard for your results. They can answer any questions and fight hard for your rights.
The US Federal Aviation Administration head is taking a leave of absence after charges for drunk driving were filed. Jerome Randolph Babbitt was spotted by police after driving on the wrong-side of the road in a Virginia suburb. He was the only occupant of the vehicle at the time of the incident. He was charged after being released, and fully cooperated. He requested the leave of absense, said the Department of Transportation. The President did not say if he would ask for him to resign. His BAC level at the time of the arrest was not released. Virginia defines drunk driving as .08 or higher. According to news reports, he is due in court on February 2nd.
As a Alexandria car accident lawyer, I look forward to hearing more about this case, and whether or not he will be asked to resign. If you or a loved one were hurt in a car wreck, discuss your case with a personal injury attorney who can answer your questions, discuss your legal rights with you, help defend your rights, and help your case proceed smoothly. A personal injury lawyer can help guide you through the legal processes associated with your case in order to help ensure the best possible outcome.
A man from Madison County accused of causing a crash on Old Lynchburg Road was charged with involuntary manslaughter after the driver of the vehicle he collided with was killed. The 33-year-old sustained fatal injuries from the wreck. The 28-year-old suspect was charged with three counts of DUI and involuntary manslaughter. Altogether, six people were hospitalized for injuries. The wreck happened while the suspect was driving southbound and his vehicle veered off the the side of the road and crashed into the victim’s car. The suspect was treater for minor injuries, while his passenger remains in critical condition. Speed and intoxicants played a role in the crash, according to news reports, which brings the number of traffic deaths this year to 14.
As a Baltimore car accident lawyer, my thoughts are with the family of those harmed. I hope nobody else was hurt in this collision. If you or a loved one were harmed in an auto accident, discuss your case with a personal injury attorney who can evaluate your case and help protect your rights, along with answer any important legal questions you may have regarding your claim. A personal injury lawyer can help guide you through your case by guiding you through the legal processes associated with your case in order to reach the best possible outcome for your claim.
A man who crashed into a utility pole near Virginia Beach Boulevard, resulting in the death of backseat passengers, is now being charged with involuntary manslaughter and a DUI. He plead guilty to the charges in the crash that killed two individuals. At first, charges were not filed since there was not enough evident that linked the driver’s blood-alcohol level with the wreck. The suspect was fined $250 and his driver’s license was restricted for one year. Another $250 fine and 60-days in jail were ordered due to this being his first DUI offense.
According to news reports, a 27-year-old from Norfolk was killed in the crash. As an Alexandria auto accident lawyer, my thoughts are with the family of those harmed. I hope nobody else was hurt in this collision. If you or a loved one were harmed in an auto accident, discuss your case with an Alexandria personal injury attorney who can evaluate your case and help protect your rights, along with answer any important legal questions you may have regarding your claim.
A 63-year-old from Huntington is being charged with a misdemeanor count of DUI which resulted in injury. Friday night, he was in a head-on crash on the Merritt’s Creek Connector while under the influence of alcohol. He was driving a Chrysler Sebring the wrong direction when he crashed into another vehicle. An officer smelled alcohol and noticed blood-shot eyes and slurred speech. They were all brought to the hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. He suffered multiple fractures along with other injuries.
According to news reports, the suspect admitted he went to a party before driving home and had around five glasses of wine. He was suffering from chest pains along with a cut to his wrist. He failed the preliminary breath test. He faces one day to one year in prison and a $1,000 fine. As a Springfield auto accident lawyer, I hope that nobody else was harmed in this crash. My thoughts are with those who were harmed. If you or a loved one were hurt in an auto accident, discuss your case with a Springfield personal injury attorney who can evaluate your claim, assess your case, help defend your rights, and answer any legal questions you have concerning your case.
A man from Fayette County wants a set of charges dismissed 25 years after being convicted for the death of a Virginia woman in a head-on crash. The 51-year-old has a history of drunk driving incidences, as he was charged four separate times with driving under the influence. The latest offense happened while he was awaiting trial for vehicular homicide from a 2008 case. During the 2007 crash, his blood alcohol level was over twice the legal limit. A pedestrian that he hit on Route 857 in 2007 had a blood alcohol content of .24, and state police found the pedestrian to be at fault, but prosecutors appealed to the Superior Court, and reinstated the homicide charges in December.
According to news reports, the case was taken off the trial list for February, and yesterday the request to dismiss the case was withheld. Other DUI charges the defendant faced included one in 1984, when he had a blood alcohol content of .14 and his vehicle hit another car head-on on Route 119. As a personal injury lawyer Virginia, I look forward to hearing more about this case. If you or a loved one were harmed in an auto accident caused by negligence, discuss your case with a car accident attorney Virginia who can evaluate your claim.