78 Year Old Man Arrested After Striking Boy on Bicycle

Haltom City police arrested a drunk driving suspect who was accused of hitting a boy on a bicycle. The accident happened around 8 p.m. on a weeknight near Huddleston Street and Banner Drive.
The drunk driving suspect is 78 years old. He struck the boy as well as a parked vehicle. The boy was airlifted to a hospital in critical condition. The man was arrested on a charge of intoxication assault and is being held in jail. The boy remains in critical condition in Fort Worth.
Unfortunately, even with all of the education that has been directed at preventing drunk driving over the past several decades, there are still a huge amount of deaths and serious injuries attributable to drunk driving. Over 10,000 people are killed in the U.S. every year because of drunk drivers, which accounts for almost one-third of automobile fatalities.
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured or killed in an accident involving a drunk driver in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, you are not alone. It’s important that you hire an attorney who can help you stand up for your legal rights. Even if the person who caused the accident does not receive a citation for drunk driving, he or she can still be held liable.
Call the Dallas-Fort Worth personal injury attorneys at the Barber Law Firm if you have been involved in an accident involving a drunk driver. We have offices in Plano, Dallas, Fort Worth, Irving, and Grapevine. Call us today at 972-231-5800 to learn more about your legal rights or to schedule a free consultation.

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