It’s safe to assume most people will learn from their mistakes and will avoid repeating them. Unfortunately, there are others who will continue to make errors even after they’ve been arrested. A Hays County man, who was previously charged with drunk driving in 2002 and 2005, was charged with intoxication manslaughter after causing a fatal accident in late September of this year.
A Bad Influence
The accident occurred on the night of September 29th when the 37-year-old man veered into the opposite lane of FM 1626 and struck a 60-year-old woman’s vehicle head-on, killing her. Witnesses say they saw the man’s F-150 weave onto the shoulder and cross into the woman’s path. While the man was taken to the hospital to be treated for minor injuries, police obtained a warrant and a blood sample after they discovered he was under the influence. He now faces intoxication manslaughter charges.
Trusted Counsel at Your Side
The aftermath of a car accident can leave you and your loved ones with more than just physical pain. Don’t let your quality of life worsen as a result of the medical bills, loss of wages and therapy fees you may be burdened with. Fight for the justice you and your family deserve with the J. Gonzalez Injury Attorneys by your side.
We take pride in providing compassionate and thorough legal advice for victims of negligent acts. We will listen to your story and evaluate every piece of evidence to construct a legal strategy that focuses on your recovery. No amount of money will ever repair the outcome of a negligent accident, but we’ll do our best to bring you closure through justice. Contact our personal injury lawyer in McAllen for more information about our comprehensive legal services.