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Fatal Drunk Driving Accident on Route 94 In San Diego

A deadly drunk driving accident occurred on Route 94 in San Diego on Sunday February 23, 2014, killing La Mesa resident John Mathew Hajosy. The driver of the black BMW sedan that killed Mr. Hajosy was intoxicated and driving on the wrong side of State Route 94 when he collided head-on with the Hajosy vehicle.

Friends described Mr. Hajosy as a "happy and pleasant" man. Mr. Hajosy was attending Grossmont College with plans to become a nurse.   

Mr Hajosy's wrongful death at the hands of a drunk driver leaves the victim's family in grief and seeking accountability. 

The drunk driver is responsible to Mr. Hajosy's heirs for the loss of the care, comfort and society of their loved one.  Additionally, the drunk driver wll be responsible for punitive damages. 

Often the deceased's heirs are not aware that they can receive help in holding the drunk driver accountable by hiring a personal injury attorney.  In addition to prompt investigation of all the circumstances of the tragedy, the attorney will detemine all the sources of recovery. 

Mr. Hajosy's automobile policy uninsured motorist coverage and medical payment coverage are sources that the heirs can access.  In addition, the Crime Victim's Fund may also provide relief.

For over 35 years the Law Offices of David P. Beeson has helped victims of drunk driving accidents.  Experience counts.  If you or a loved one have been victimized by a drunk driver contact us.  We can help.  Visit our website at or call us at 619-233-6078.

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