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Drunk Driving Negligence? Samuel Greene, 23, Killed by Drunk Driver in Greenville, South Carolina

During the early morning hours of October 14, 2022, a 32-year-old drunk driver, Ross Latini, struck Greene’s motorcycle near the intersection of Church Street and Academy Street between an SUV and a northbound motorcycle. Latini was charged with a DUI after Latini admitted that he had been drinking.

Who Can Be Held Liable?

Legal contributor Attorney Brian Mickelsen, an experienced crime victim lawyer, represents drunk driving victims injured or killed due to intoxicated drivers.

“There are several persons and businesses who may be responsible for a drunk driving incident. The most obvious is the drunk driver. Sometimes, the drunk driver may have come from a bar, nightclub, restaurant, grocery store, convenience store, work party, or friend’s home. Depending on whether the drunk driver was visibly intoxicated or underage, the business or social host may be responsible for continuing to serve alcohol to an intoxicated person and then allowing said person to get behind the wheel.”

An experienced attorney at Mickelsen Dalton LLC can help determine if you have a claim and advise you of your options. Our attorneys have successfully represented dozens of drunk-driving victims. Within the past three years, Mickelsen Dalton LLC has recovered over $30 million in verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients. We have been featured in Fox News, the New York Times, the Washington Post, and several other national news organizations.

Anyone may contact our attorneys for a free consultation at (843) 804-0428 or (678) 641-9054 or by email at info@mickelsendalton.com.


Past results are not a guarantee of future results. The information contained in this post is from news articles and may therefore contain inaccuracies. We will correct or remove this post upon request. The material contained in this post is not intended to constitute legal advice.

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