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200 Stock St in Nesquehoning, PA

A man was killed in a suspected drunk driving crash on the 200 block of Stock St in Nesquehoning, PA.

Man Arrested For Deadly Suspected DUI Crash

Wfmz.com reported that on July 13th Jeremy White was driving along the 200 block of Stock Street in Nesquehoning, PA.

White was allegedly driving under the influence when he crossed over into the opposite lane and struck a motorcycle driver head-on.

The motorcycle driver died at the scene of the accident. White was charged with felony counts of vehicular homicide and vehicular homicide while DUI.

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Financial Compensation For Victims Hit By Drunk Drivers

Attorney contributor Brian Kent represents people who have been injured in drunk driving accidents in Pennsylvania and helps them recover the financial compensation they deserve. Below Brian shares some of his insight on the legal rights of these victims:

Victims injured by drunk drivers may have grounds for a personal injury lawsuit against the driver. However, in some states including Pennsylvania, these victims and their families may be able to file a lawsuit against an alcohol vendor who served the drunk driver prior to the crash.

Pennsylvania is one of the many states with dram shop laws that allow third-party vendors to be held liable for serving someone alcohol before a crash. Pennsylvania’s dram-shop law states that an alcohol vendor can be held liable for injuries caused by a patron if:

  • the customer was visibly over-intoxicated,
  • or the customer was under the legal drinking age of 21 years old and the vendor was aware.

Location of 200 Stock St in Nesquehoning, PA

Source:

https://www.wfmz.com/news/area/poconos-coal/maryland-man-charged-in-fatal-carbon-county-crash/article_232e9bec-c5d8-11ea-be21-cb5fe71fb091.html

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