Woman Faces Intoxicated Manslaughter Charges After Fatal Car Crash

by J. Gonzalez Injury Attorneys | December 5th, 2014 | Auto Accident, Blog, General, Lawsuit

Driving while intoxicated can generally result in a number of penalties in the State of Texas. A person who commits this offense can often be served with fines, a license suspension, community service, incarceration and/or a higher insurance payment. While these consequences should be enough to keep anyone from driving under the influence, some people continue to break the law while putting others at serious risk.

Unnecessary Danger

An El Paso woman was arrested and charged with intoxicated manslaughter after her involvement in an accident that claimed the life of a 21-year-old man. The crash occurred at the 9100 block of Dyer at around 2:30 a.m.

According to reports, the woman was speeding as the Fort Bliss man was leaving a fast food restaurant. The woman swerved into the man’s lane and hit him from behind. His vehicle was pushed into a curb and eventually stopped when it crashed into a bench. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. The woman was taken to University Medical Center and was later booked at the El Paso County Jail with intoxicated manslaughter charges.

Fighting for Your Justice

Events like these demonstrate the unfairness and severity of an individual’s negligent actions. If you or your loved ones have been victim to a driver’s irresponsibility, the J. Gonzalez Injury Attorneys is ready to fight for you.

Nothing can ever fill the void left by a deceased family member, but justice can help bring the closure you need. Our personal injury attorney in McAllen is ready to listen to your story. Our legal team will look at every aspect of your accident to custom-build the best plan of action. Let us help you get the compensation you’re entitled to. Contact us for more information.[:]


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