DUI Crash Survivor Struggles with Post-Hospital Bills

Two out of three victims of a drunk-driving accident in Portland, Oregon, have been released from the hospital, with one facing a significant amount of medical bills. Nariman Mosharaf, one of the victims, experienced a brain bleed, concussion, and punctured liver, as well as lung surgery. A GoFundMe page was initiated by his friend, Alisa Sobova, to help with the financial strain. The accident occurred on February 10 when Jacob Tabor, allegedly under the influence, crashed into Mosharaf’s stationary car.

Two other passengers were with Mosharaf at the time of the incident. The front seat passenger has since been released from the hospital after receiving treatment. Unfortunately, 23-year-old Wael Zahran, who was in the backseat, didn’t make it. The aftermath of the crash has left Mosharaf with significant physical and emotional pain.

The 29-year-old is gradually improving but still has the financial headache of medical bills to deal with. Mosharaf is unable to work for at least two months while he recovers, and it’s unclear how much longer his healing will take. Sobova is looking for community support for her friend’s medical costs as there is no available insurance help.

Jacob Tabor, the suspected drunk driver, pleaded not guilty to charges of manslaughter, assault, DUII, reckless driving, and criminal mischief on February 21.

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