Driver Currently Facing Manslaughter Charges in Fatal Crash
When a loved one dies in an accident, the pain of loss is compounded by financial and legal struggles, including medical bills, loss of income, costs to repair or replace a vehicle, and the effort and paperwork of wrangling with an insurance company for assistance. A Houston-area mother is facing this situation after she was injured and her son killed by a drunk driver in Atascocita.
23-year-old Craig Welch ran a red light and crashed his Chevrolet Trailblazer into a Corvette, killing the driver, Omar Jaramillo, and injuring his passenger, Irene Jaramillo. Ms. Jaramillo was taken to the hospital; her son was pronounced dead on the scene. Welch was arrested at the scene for Driving under the Influence, and charged with intoxication manslaughter. He remains in jail on a $30,000 bail as the investigation is ongoing.
In the aftermath of an accident where wrongful death occurs, families are in shock, grieving and confused. An ongoing investigation delays closure and the insurance company lawyers are primarily interested in the interests of the insurance company, not the family. Managing a wrongful death requires a skilled and empathetic attorney who will stand up for you when you’re not able to stand up for yourself. Houston Accident Attorneys have years of experience dealing with just this situation. We’re committed to getting you the legal compensation you need and deserve after losing a loved one to wrongful death. You’ll pay nothing until we obtain a settlement for you.
Contact us today by phone or email to speak with an attorney for a no-cost, no obligation consultation. With Houston Accident Attorneys on your side, you can take care of yourself while we take care of your legal needs.