• March 31, 2022

Migdalia Aguilar, Tommy Aguilar Injured in Alleged Drunk Driver Accident in San Antonio, TX

UPDATE (April 27, 2022): Recent reports show that a .228 BAC result was recorded following the collision. This and other details are still being confirmed at this time.

UPDATE (April 14, 2022): Sources identified two people hurt in the crash. They were reportedly 59-year-old Tommy Aguilar and 56-year-old Migdalia Aguilar. Allegations of drunk driving are still under investigation.

San Antonio, TX -- March 18, 2022, one person sustained injuries after an accident where a vehicle struck them along L. C. Amos Jr.

Investigators reported that the collision happened at around 7:19 p.m. along L C Amos Jr near Cadmus.

Officials said that a 59-year-old man was walking on L C Amos Jr. at the time when a Dodge Ram struck him. Due to the collision, the pedestrian had incapacitating injuries.

The driver, identified as Steve Moreno, was allegedly under the influence of alcohol and may face a charge for intoxication assault. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Migdalia Aguilar, Tommy Aguilar Alleged Drunk Driver Accident in San Antonio

These are obviously serious allegations. I can't say if they're true or not, but I can say that alcohol can make things rather complex for victims and families in need of assistance. This is due to the fact that there is often a local business involved in drunk driving accidents which can be held accountable for their role in the collision.

Migdalia Aguilar, Tommy Aguilar alleged Drunk Driver Accident San Antonio, TX

This is called dram shop law. Put simply, if a bar over-serves someone who is obviously intoxicated, and that person's intoxication causes an accident, the victims can hold that bar accountable for their injuries. Not only does this provide a significant source of help, it also works to get those businesses to clean up their act, which helps the whole community.

So while I can't say what happened here, I know from experience that there is every reason to investigate the incident more thoroughly. This is especially true if the apparent BAC tests reflect the level of intoxication that contributed to the accident. At nearly three times the legal limit, it would be virtually guaranteed that any business involved illegally over-served that driver. Whatever the case may be, getting folks the help they need means ensuring there are plans in place to navigate these complex legal avenues and get clear answers.


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