Negligence Lawsuit for Injury and Wrongful Death
A Seattle family has initiated a $45 million negligence lawsuit against the city authorities holding their slackness responsible for a car accident that led to the death of two family members and injury to another two. The negligence lawsuit alleges that the city authorities failed in their duty to install interlock device on the vehicle of the driver, who had been caught five times previously for DUI and was on probation on the day of the accident. A South Carolina woman won $9.9 million in negligence injury lawsuit filed against an amusement park. The plaintiff suffered brain injury after falling from a ride. She attributed her injury to the reckless operation of the ride that led to twice the approval speed.
On July 22, 2013, a Polk County court awarded $1.1 billion compensation in a medical negligence lawsuit filed against a Florida nursing home. Sixty-nine-year-old Arlene Townsend died at the Auburndale Oaks Healthcare Center following injuries received from multiple falls. Next day, a 20-year-old California woman won $27.1 million in a negligence lawsuit. She suffered from brain injury after the boat she was riding on hit a jet ski. The boat operating company had employed a teenage driver, who failed to control the boat at a high speed.