Dallas Area Car Accident Leads To Intoxication Assault Charges

A Dallas area car accident landed two female passengers in the hospital and the driver of the car in jail. The car accident happened shortly after 2:00 a.m. in North Richland Hills when the driver of a speeding car lost control, which resulted in the car going airborne across the service road and landing in a hotel parking lot. The two female passengers were ejected from the car and taken to a local hospital with life threatening injuries. It is believed that the driver of the car, Frederick Douglas, was intoxicated at the time of the accident, and as such, he was arrested and charged with two counts of intoxication assault with a vehicle. Police investigation of the car accident shut down traffic in the area until 7 a.m.

Simply because you voluntarily get into a car as a passenger doesn’t mean you relinquish your rights against the driver when his negligent acts cause a car accident. If you were a passenger involved in a single car accident, call the Dallas car accident attorneys at Wilson Trosclair & Lovins today at 214-484-1930 to discuss your rights.

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