A 28 year-old Kansas City man was killed in a drunk driving accident caused by another motorist who was driving the wrong way on a metro highway and caused the fatal collision. According to members of the Kansas City Police, the fatal drunk driving crash happened on Interstate 670 near Summit Street in Kansas City, Missouri. Reports indicate 25 year-old Robert Domsch was driving the wrong way on 670 when he hit the other car and ejected the victim. Domsch's Blood Alcohol Content was reported to be .24 at the time of the fatal Kansas City Drunk Driving Incident.
As experienced Kansas City Drunk Driving Injury Lawyers, we know there is nothing wrong with having a good time. But if you're going to drink and driving, consider this-- Kansas DUI laws are changing, new legislation is expected to pass that would require all those convicted of a Driving Under the Influence charge to install a interlock ignition device on their car. Hopefully that alone is enough to get you to think twice before you drink an drive.
It seems that Drunk driving deaths across the country decreased by more than seven percent in 2009. Many officials believe that increased legal enforcement of DUI laws and continuing educational campaigns by government and non-profit groups are driving the decrease. But these actions have little effect on the hardcore drunk driver that cause 70 percent of fatal alcohol-related crashes.
If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury in an accident in Kansas or Missouri, you may be entitled to compensation. Call our experienced Kansas City Personal Injury Attorneys. With over 15 years of experience in Auto Injury Accidents, including Drunk Driving Injury cases, we may be able to help you and your family get through this difficult, emotional and stressful time.
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