Young Mom Dies in Attleboro Car Crash Involving Allegedly Drunken Driver

24-Year-old Kaisha Lynn Guerrini is dead following a North Attleboro car crash involving an alleged drunken driver. The young mother, who leaves behind a 3-year-old son, sustained fatal injuries when her vehicle was hit in a head-on crash on Route 152. The driver, 32-year-old Jason Kwolek, is accused of going on a drunken driving rampage through multiple cities after leaving a bar in Foxboro.

According to police, Kwolek passed vehicles in no-passing lanes, caused another collision, placed other motorists in jeopardy, and drove on curbs as he sped through Plainville and Attleboro. The Boston Herald states that a police report describes Kwolek as “unemotional” and “mocking” after the collision. He has pleaded not guilty to the charges of motor vehicle homicide, manslaughter, and drunken driving.

Massachusetts Drunken Driving Accidents
Our Boston personal injury lawyers continue to be saddened by the number of Massachusetts car crash deaths that happen every day because someone was driving under the influence. We know how tragic it can be to know that your loved one would still be here if only someone else hadn’t been reckless, careless, or negligent.

Regardless of whether/not the motorist is charged with drunken driving, you, depending on the specifics of what happened and who was at fault and whether you are the victim or a family member of the one that was hurt or died, may still be able to file an Attleboro personal injury lawsuit seeking damages for: pain and suffering, wrongful death, lost wages, lost benefits, medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, loss of earning capacity, funeral expenses, cremation costs, disfigurement, loss of consortium, and loss of parental society. Some of theses losses, obviously, cannot be equated to any actual monetary damages, which is just one of the many reasons why you want to have an experienced Boston car accident law firm representing you.

A good Massachusetts injury lawyer can advocate on your behalf, figure out and prove your losses and damages, and protect your rights. This can make all the difference in the world for you and your case. Contact Altman & Altman, LLP today.

Police: Drunk Driver To Blame For Deadly Attleboro Crash, CBS Local, September 21, 2012

Banker’s dad posts his bail in horrific Attleboro crash, Boston Herald, September 26, 2012

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