That massive wrong-way drunk driving crash on Research Boulevard in November that led to the death of Nancy and Jackson Latulippe has claimed another victim. Scott Latulippe, the 41-year-old husband of Nancy and father of Jackson, was recently taken off life support after suffering a severe traumatic brain injury.
The accident occurred when 41-year-old Guy Bransted lost control of his Jeep and crossed the wire barriers separating the north and southbound sides of 183. He slammed into the family’s rented Fiat and was ejected from his vehicle. He did not suffer life-threatening injuries. Police found that his blood alcohol concentration (BAC) at the time of the crash was .203, over two times the legal limit.
There was only one survivor in the rented Fiat, 10-year-old Kiera Latulippe. The family had been vacationing in Austin, and was driving back to the airport to return home to California when the crash happened
What Do I Do If I Lose a Loved One Because of a Drunk Driver?
It is never easy losing a loved one unexpectedly, especially when the death could have been prevented. If you have lost a loved one due to another person’s reckless or otherwise dangerous behavior, that person should be held accountable.
An unexpected death also causes unexpected expenses, including medical and funeral costs, costs that can be especially stressful to death with if your loved one was the family breadwinner. Fortunately, there is a way that you can seek damages to cover these unexpected expenses. Our law firm has decades of experience representing the loved ones of victims of wrongful death in car accidents caused by drunk drivers. We are prepared to help you engage in litigation against the at-fault party. We will handle the work. You can focus on what’s most important: your family.