At least three people died and several others were injured in multiple vehicle pileups on I-75 in Detroit due to an unexpected whiteout that blinded motorists in early February.
Step siblings Gabrielle Greenwood, 9, and Aidan Hicks, 7, instantly died in one of the crashes on the freeway. Their parents, Glen Greenwood and Kim Barrett, together with their 10-year-old sister Hannah were rushed to Detroit Receiving Hospital, where Kim was still in critical condition as of late last week. A website has been set up to raise funds for the medical expenses of the family.
According to reports, more than 40 cars and trucks were involved in the multiple car crash pileups near Springwells, Detroit. At least one was fatal, causing the death of 54-year-old Menelaos Manolis.
Losing loved ones unexpectedly can be extremely difficult and painful, and the thoughts of our entire team at Ravid & Associates, P.C., are with those who have suffered loss due to these accidents caused by inclement weather. nike air max bw nike air max bw nike air max bw
The family of former Detroit restaurant owner Kerfoot Lewis has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the nursing home where he passed his final months.
Lewis was a resident of the Henry Ford Village Nursing Home in Dearborn. In April, his family was called in to the home where they found him in pain with a large bruise on his arm and contusions on his wrists. The family took him to a hospital, where it was discovered that his hematoma was the result of a broken arm.
This raised a lot of questions among Lewis’ many children, some of whom are well known in Detroit, including his son, Deputy Mayor Kirk Lewis, and daughter Krista Conyers. Lewis, aged 90, was bedridden, so how could he have broken his arm without outside interference? Lewis never fully recovered from his arm injury and died two months later.
Nursing home abuse occurs at shockingly high rates in the United States. The National Center for Biotechnology Information has found that as many as 21% of nursing home residents suffered some form of neglect within the last year. Conyers entrusted Lewis’ care to the center, who promised to give him ample attention. Finding him in pain with a broken arm was a betrayal of her trust and is indicative that he may have been neglected.
After months of seeking answers to their concerns about the circumstances surrounding their father’s death, the Lewis family has had enough. They have filed a wrongful death lawsuit because the nursing home would not furnish them with any records or verbal information about how it treated Lewis.
Coping with the loss of a loved one is not easy, especially with the frustrating understanding that the loss should never have occurred. We hope that Lewis’ family can find closure despite the trying circumstances of his death. nike air max 1 nike air max 1 nike air max 1
Former Atlanta Falcon player, Ray Easterling, was one of the lead plaintiffs in a personal injury lawsuit against the National Football League that stated that the organization’s carelessness caused football players to suffer serious head injuries when not protected after concussions occurred.
Last week, the 62-year-old Easterling was found dead in his home after suffering from what looks like a self-inflicted gunshot wound. His family stated that Easterling has been struggling mentally for the past six months.
Easterling was one of six football players who was involved in a suit representing over 1,260 former NFL players. The lawsuit may now change from a personal injury lawsuit to a wrongful death lawsuit. airmaxszapatos airmaxszapatos airmaxszapatos
The Michigan Supreme Court will hear the wrongful death lawsuit a family has filed against two 911 operators after they delayed sending help to a caller.
In 2006, a then 5 year-old boy called 911 after his mother had collapsed. The first operator scolded the boy, believing it was a prank call, and did not send police. The boy then called back three hours later and a different dispatcher answered the call. She also believed it to be a prank, but sent an officer over.
By that time the boy’s 46 year-old mother had already died of a heart condition. Both dispatchers want the suit appealed, claiming their actions do not qualify as gross negligence. pandora pulseras abalorios pandora pulseras abalorios pandora pulseras abalorios
A Detroit couple recently filed a wrongful death lawsuit concerning the death of a 4-month old girl. The lawsuit is filed against the manufacturer of a portable baby recliner called the Nap Nanny.
The recliner was installed in the infant’s crib. In July 2010, the parents found their daughter in her crib, not breathing. The girl’s face had become stuck between part of the recliner and the crib.
The product’s manufacturer issued a recall of 30,000 Nap Nanny’s after the infant’s death. According to the lawsuit, the manufacturer was negligent in not including information or proper warning labels on the product or its packaging concerning suffocation hazard. pulsera pandora barata pulsera pandora barata pulsera pandora barata
A hospital received $323,000 as a part of a civil wrongful death case after a 93-year-old man froze to death because a device was placed on his electricity meter when he had unpaid bills.
Bay City Medical Center received $323,000 because the man left his money to the hospital in his will. The family filed the wrongful death suit against Bay City and Bay City Electric Light & Power. An autopsy showed that the man died of hypothermia. Family members also received about $6,000 each as a result of the case.
The family of a teenager that was killed last month have now filed a wrongful death lawsuit against another teenager that has been charged for the crime.
A 17-year-old boy is being held in Traverse County jail on a murder charge at this time. The family stated that they are suffering financially since their 16-year-old daughter went missing.
She disappeared on June 2 and was later found dead on June 14. The cause of death was a stab wound.
The parents of a 15-year-old Virginia teen have filed a wrongful death lawsuit after their son became paranoid and was struck by a vehicle after drinking the potent alcoholic beverage, Four Loko.
The parents have sued the makers of the drink, Phusion Projects, for their son’s death. They claim that the drink is marketed to young people by using bright colors and fruity flavors that help to mask the effects of the alcohol.
The drink is approximately equivalent to five beers and a Starbucks coffee. The teen’s parents claim that their son did not know how the beverage would affect him. The product has since been banned in many states and the makers of the beverage have changed the recipe after it was blamed in cases of alcohol poisoning.
In this case, the 15-year-old boy purchased two beverages from a convenient store and drank them before a concert. He was then kicked out of the concert for being intoxicated and his mother came to pick him up. While driving home, he became paranoid and jumped out of the car. He was then struck by an SUV and died one day later.
A Texas family has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against General Motors after their family member was killed in a rollover accident in April 2010.
The accident occurred on U.S. Highway 87 when the man fell asleep at the wheel on his way home from work in Port Lavaca. During the accident, the supporting structures of the car including the roof, crashed inwards and the airbag system and seat belt also did not keep him restrained.
The plaintiffs claim that General Motors is to blame for the accident because of the instability of the vehicle, the lack of crash-worthiness, and a failed restraint system.