Kirkwood Missouri Woman Charged with Involuntary Manslaughter
A Kirkwood Missouri resident has been charged in the death of a bicycle rider in University City this February. She is charged with both driving under the influence and involuntary manslaughter. The driver, Emily C. Hagan, was well over the legal limit in Missouri.
Awareness of the heartbreak caused by drunk driving has been responsible for reducing the rate of fatalities involving alcohol impaired drivers. However, those rates have only decreased ever so slightly and the fact remains that most accidents resulting in fatalities continue to be alcohol related.
Auto accidents and bicycle accidents are preventable. Anyone in the St. Louis area who has seen a loved one fatally injured by a careless or impaired driver should contact an experienced Missouri personal injury attorney immediately. A careless or impaired driver who has caused a wrongful death or devastating injury must be held accountable for their actions.
If you are suffering the emotional pain of a wrongful death or the financial burden from injuries suffered by your loved you need to contact the St. Louis injury attorneys at Hoffman & Gelfman at toll free 866-298-1020. Our experienced St. Louis wrongful death attorneys will be there to fight for your rights and insure that a proper settlement is achieved.