November 11, 2010
A man is being accused of killing a university professor and her son in a late-night Virginia auto accident.
According to wset.com, the man’s blood alcohol level at the time of the Virginia auto accident may have been between .14 and .19.
The man’s lawyers are saying that his vehicle may have had mechanical problems at the time of the Virginia auto accident.
Do you think alcohol plays a role in many Virginia auto accidents? Do you think law enforcment officials could to more to prevent Virginia auto accidents?
If you or someone you know has been involved in a Virginia auto accident, the Virginia auto accident lawyers at Skolrood Law Firm can help.