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Probation revoked in tragic Fort Worth DWI death case

Drug and alcohol-related motor vehicle crashes in the U.S. cost billions of dollars in property damage, medical expenses and loss of life.

Drunk drivers who cause a serious injury or kill passengers, other drivers or pedestrians, will generally face two types of cases. The injured party or the family of one who died may file a civil action (a personal injury lawsuit) and the government, through the local prosecutor, may file criminal charges.

If you are a victim of a drunken driving wreck, the actions you must take are the same as any other personal injury. Getting medical help to assess and treat your injuries is your top priority. As soon as possible, consult an experienced personal injury attorney.

Justice was served Friday in the August 2009  DWI crash that killed Renee Horton.  Christopher Campbell caused the wreck that killed Ms. Horton and was sentenced to 10 years’ probation,  he continually broke the terms of his probation and has now been sent to prison.  The story is linked below… if you or a loved one have been injured in a DWI accident or need advice, our firm is always available to answer your questions.

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