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Midtown Night Club Sued for $20,000,000.00 for Overserving Houston Man

Eleven Eleven Nightclub in Houston, Texas, is being sued for the wrongful death of Jesslyn Zuniga. According to the lawsuit, Ms. Zuniga was a passenger in a vehicle driven by Herminio Orozco, who was heavily intoxicated at the time. Allegedly, Orozco collided with another vehicle at high speed, ejecting Jesslyn Zuniga from Orozco’s vehicle and…

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Intoxicated 18-Wheeler Driver Causes Houston Woman’s Death

On April 20, 2022, two Harris County residents filed a lawsuit in the Harris County District Court against  E.M.A. Transport Services and Pablo Isai Frias (hereinafter “Frias”) as a result of the death of Miriam Buentello, deceased (hereinafter “decedent”). The lawsuit was filed by the decedent’s husband and the decedent’s mother asserting causes of action…

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Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against National Armored Car Company

A federal judge has allowed the addition of a negligent entrustment claim in a wrongful death lawsuit against a national armored car company. The lawsuit arises out of an auto-pedestrian accident in which an armored car driver ran over a pedestrian, taking her life. The armored car driver stated that he saw the victim prior…

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Grayson County, Texas Jury Awards $15.6 Million in Electrocution Case

A jury in Grayson County, Texas recently awarded a $15.6 million verdict in a case involving three plumbers who were electrocuted while working at an apartment complex. The electrocution occurred when the three plumbers lifted a flagpole out of its sleeve in order to continue digging around a water main. During the process of lifting…

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