The family of a 17-year-old who died in a vehicle accident in Enfield, Connecticut last year has filed a lawsuit against the driver, and the driver’s father, Democratic State Rep. Matthew Conway, reports CTnow.com.
SCnow.com reports a Lamar, South Carolina mother has filed a lawsuit against several parties, including her landlord and an electric company, over her 11-year-old’s death in a fire two years ago when the family lived in a manufactured home.
Chattanooga Times Free Press reports a Hixson woman and her husband have filed a lawsuit against the Chattanooga Zoo and the city following a dog bite last year.
Stltoday.com reports a haunted house called The Darkness in Soulard, Illinois, is the target of a wrongful death lawsuit filed by a 15-year-old girl’s father of Anchorage, Alaska. Her mother filed a personal injury suit in St. Louis in April.
The Sacramento Kings are suing two U.S. based distributors and the Italian manufacturer of the Gymnic Plus Ball for at least $4 million reports news10.net.
St. Louis website, Stltoday.com, reports an off-duty police officer and the bar which served her alcohol will pay $2.255 million to the families of the four young people who died in a car crash on March 21, 2009.
A federal judge has awarded $15 million to one victim’s family of a 2005 crash on the Indiana Toll Road which left four people dead.
The Dallas Morning News reports a new lawsuit by a personal trainer has been filed against the Dallas Cowboys and other companies owned by Jerry Jones for negligence and conspiracy to hide design and construction flaws resulting in the collapse of the practice facility in 2009. Summit Structures LLC and Cover-All Building Systems, Inc. - companies in charge of designing and building the structure – are also being sued.