Driver Of Fatal Fourth Of July Pedestrian Accident To Be Charged With DUI Manslaughter | Ft. Lauderdale Wrongful Death Lawyer
We recently posted a blog about a fatal pedestrian accident in Lauderhill, FL, on the Fourth of July. According to the Sun-Sentinel, driver Quinton Lamar Jackson will be charged with DUI manslaughter for the tragic incident. Jackson told police that he had been drinking vodka prior to the accident, but toxicology results have not yet been released. According to the article, 52-year-old Carlton Davidson, died at Ft. Lauderdale’s Broward General Medical Center from injuries related to the Broward County car-pedestrian accident, which occurred when he was trying to cross Northwest 31st Ave. around 11:00 p.m.
As a wrongful death lawyer in metro Ft. Lauderdale and surrounding areas, David Benenfeld is familiar with the indescribable pain and suffering experienced after the loss of a loved one in an accident, and he expresses his deepest condolences to the family and friends of the victim in this incident. Although nothing can compensate for the tragic death of a loved one, certain measures can be taken to help those who are mourning in their recovery. To find out more information about how Injury Law Service can help you, feel free to contact David Benenfeld online or at any of the following numbers.