CHARLESTON, S.C. – The assistant manger left HUSK restaurant last December and rear-ended a car being driven by a 32 year old man named Quentin Miller on the Ravenel Bridge. The deceased died in a fiery wreck. The assistant manager’s blood alcohol level was 0.24 percent. That’s 3 times the legal limit.
Per the Post and Courier of Charleston reports ( http://bit.ly/PXZNVv) the settlement whereby Husk pays the estate will be distributed as follows: Miller's parents to get $518,000, Miller's common-law wife to get $91,500 & the remaining $490,000 to go to attorneys' fees and costs.
Nonetheless, a 32 year old man lost his life due to the irresponsibility of this drunk driver who was three times the legal limit.
W. Kirk Sanders, Attorney
Sanders Law Firm, PLLC
326 N. Spring Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101