Holdredge Street and 26th Street in Lincoln

4 people were injured in a suspected drunk driving crash at Holdrege Street and 26th Street in Lincoln.

19-Year-Old Daneko Logan Charged with DUI After 4 Injured in Crash

Four people were hospitalized with injuries after a vehicle crashed into a pole near the intersection of 26th and Holdredge streets in Lincoln at around 1 a.m. Wednesday morning.

According to the police, 19-year-old Daneko Logan was driving a Saturn Ion eastbound on Holdrege when he lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a pole on the south side of the street, near the intersection with 26th Street.

Logan was arrested after the crash on suspicion of DUI, driving under suspension, and willful reckless driving.

Four passengers were injured and sent to the hospital following the crash. These injuries were not believed to be life-threatening.

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Financial Compensation For People Injured by Drunk Drivers in Nebraska

Attorney contributor Brian Kent of CrimeVictim.Attorney helps people who have been injured by drunk drivers secure the financial compensation they need and deserve for the damages they’ve suffered. Here is Brian with some information concerning the legal options available to people hit by drunk drivers in Nebraska:

People who have been injured by drunk drivers usually have the option to file a personal injury lawsuit against the drunk driver who injured them. But in Nebraska and many other states, there are also situations where third parties (such as bars and other alcohol vendors) can be held liable for drunk driving injuries. This second type of liability is covered under various state dram shop laws.

In Nebraska, alcohol vendors can be held liable for injuries if they provided alcohol to someone who was under 21 years of age and that person caused an accident that resulted in injuries. So in cases involving underage drunk drivers, those injured may have grounds for a lawsuit against a bar, restaurant, or another alcohol vendor who served the drunk driver.

Additionally, social hosts and other individuals can be held liable if they provided alcohol to a minor and that minor injured someone else after consuming that alcohol.

If you or a loved one has been injured by a drunk driver, you can learn more about your options for financial compensation in a free consultation with one of our experienced drunk driving crash victims lawyers.

The Intersection of Holdrege Street and North 26th Street in Lincoln, NE

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