The family of a man killed in a high-speed accident in the Miami area late last month is filing a wrongful death lawsuit against the driver accused of causing the crash. The suit alleges intentional misconduct, gross negligence and a reckless disregard for the welfare of the victim. 

Police say 53-year-old Andres Esteban Toro was driving a Lamborghini at speeds exceeding 100 miles per hour when he hit a Chevrolet Suburban stopped at a red light. Dr. Malcolm Lloyd, a passenger in the Lamborghini, was killed. The driver of the other vehicle, 46-year-old Raul Alfonzo, was seriously injured.

Officers say Toro had a blood alcohol level of .173 about 40 minutes after the accident. He currently faces criminal charges of DUI manslaughter and DUI causing serious bodily injury. His bond was set at $250,000. 

Lawyers filed the wrongful death lawsuit against Toro on behalf of Lloyd's widow and two sons. 

"Excessive speed and excessive drinking are a lethal combination that took the life of a brilliant man and instantly made a beautiful wife a widow and two little boys fatherless," attorney Ervin A. Gonzalez said in a statement. "The defendant's acts were reckless and despicable."

Lloyd was the founder and CEO of Old Nassau Imports, a company that sold high-end alcohol. He was 42 years old when he died. 

According to CBS4 News in Miami, the attorney representing the Alfonzo family said he is also considering filing a lawsuit related to the crash.

If you lose a loved one in Missouri as a result of another party's recklessness or negligence, you may be entitled to damages and should immediately consult with skilled personal injury lawyers in Kansas City. The experienced professionals at Meyers Law Firm can represent your interests throughout the complex legal process.