Update: Christopher Wayne Ross’ BAC Found to be .14
Ferguson & Ferguson
Attorneys at Law
June 29th, 2015
19-year old Christopher Wayne Ross now faces an additional 20 years in prison on top of the 30 he already faces as toxicology reports have found that his blood alcohol content was 7 times the legal limit at the time of his causing the fatal accident. His BAC was found to be .14. The legal limit for a 19-year old such as Ross is .02.
On May 29, 2015. Ross was charged with manslaughter after leaving the scene of the accident that killed 19-year-old Toniette “Toni” Katherine Piccinich of Owens Cross Roads in Huntsville.
It’s not just the driver and his automobile insurance company that can be sued for damages, but also the establishment or persons who caused the intoxication in the first place. If you have had a loved one killed by the negligence of another person in a Huntsville Alabama Automobile Accident, you need the representation of an experienced automobile accident attorney who can help you to get the compensation you deserve for your costs and pain and suffering.