A woman with grave and permanent injuries after being hit a year ago by a DUI driver—who had run a red light and had already struck a pedestrian—has reached a nearly $10 million settlement with the insurer of the at-fault driver’s company.

Plaintiffs attorney Darl Champion said negotiations for another $300,000 in uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage continue, and he is now contemplating a dram shop action against the bar that allegedly provided the defendant driver’s booze.      

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