A husband has filed suit against Arches National Park after his wife was tragically decapitated by an unsecured gate. Last summer, the couple was on a hiking trip to the park and attempting to leave the parking lot when an unsecured gate unexpectedly swung toward and struck their vehicle. According to the lawsuit, "the end of the lance-like gate pierced the side of their car and penetrated it like a hot knife through butter."
Posts tagged "premises liability lawsuit"
On September 30, 2020, a Galveston County resident filed a complaint in the Galveston County District Court against Lipworth Revocable Trust and 2006 Boatown Storage, Inc. (hereinafter "Defendants"). The woman asserts allegations for negligence and premises defect against Defendants as a result of an incident that caused a fracture to her arm necessitating emergency surgery, among other injuries, after a metal door violently struck her to the ground.
On the eve of the mass shooting's third anniversary, a Nevada judge approved a settlement totaling $800 million from MGM Resorts International and its insurers. The approval comes nearly one year after the initial settlement range was announced, with the approved amount being the maximum. Pursuant to the terms of the settlement, MGM Resorts is to pay $49 million, and the remaining $751 million will be paid by its insurance companies. In the last three years, firm attorneys Mo Aziz and Michelle Rice, have worked tirelessly to help settle the claims of all the firm's 1,145 clients.
A local mother is suing a local motel after her 15-year-old son was electrocuted in the hotel's pool. On August 30, 2020, Khaleel Reynolds was swimming in the pool at North Villa Inn when he came into contact with exposed pool light wires, resulting in his electrocution.
On July 28, 2020, a Harris County resident filed a complaint in the Harris County District Court against Kroger Texas, L.P. (hereinafter "Kroger"). The man asserts allegations for negligence against Kroger as a result of an incident that caused his leg to become lacerated by a sharp tree branch protruding from a Christmas display.
The family of Botham Jean, the young man who was shot and killed in his own apartment by former Dallas Police Department Officer Amber Guyger two years ago, filed a wrongful death lawsuit this week against the apartment complex where the murder took place. On September 6, 2018, Jean was sitting the living room of his apartment watching a football game, when Guyger walked through his front door and fired two shots at him. Guyger was convicted of murder last year and sentenced to 10 years in prison.
A mother in Dakota County, Nebraska recently filed a lawsuit against the Sioux City Explorers baseball team over a serious head injury that her daughter suffered on July 7, 2018 in a bouncy house on the recreation area for children next to the baseball field.
Firm attorneys Benny Agosto, Jr. and Jonathan Sneed have filed a second lawsuit against Haverstock Hills Apartments for a shooting that left a young father of two dead. The lawsuit comes shortly after Agosto and Sneed secured a favorable confidential settlement against the same apartment complex for a mass shooting that occurred in 2017 that left two dead and several others in critical condition.
On March 30, 2020, a Harris County woman filed a complaint in the Harris County District Court against BKD Twenty-One Management Company, Inc. doing business as Brookdale Plaza West University, the manager of the subject premises, Brookdale Employee Services, LLC, HCP HB3 West University Houston TX GP, LLC, among others. The woman brought multiple causes of action against the defendants, including premises liability and negligence.
On September 11, 2019, two young girls and their grandfather were electrocuted when they encountered a high voltage electrical box in Moody Park. Both girls were knocked unconscious and had to be revived. One girl went into cardiac arrest and suffered severe burns across her body. Doctors later confirmed that the girl's muscles were dead, and she had to have surgery to remove the dead muscle. Her grandfather also suffered ruptured muscles and double vision after the event. The day after, Mayor Sylvester Turner ordered an investigation into the cause of the incident. He also ordered the immediate replacement of electrical ground boxes in all city parks, starting with Moody Park.