Last October, 3 American tourists died in an Airbnb apartment in Mexico City. Their cause of death was deemed as carbon monoxide poisoning. Now, their families plan to file wrongful death lawsuits. How it happened In October 2022, 3 young Americans journeyed to Mexico City to join in the annual celebration of Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead). The holiday, widely observed in … [Read more...] about Lawsuits To Come After 3 Americans Died at a Mexican Airbnb
In March 2022, 14-year-old amusement park visitor
In August 2019, it once again became evident that there is a problem with Florida’s Wrongful Death Act. Struck with grief at the passing of Gerald Giannillo, his family and girlfriend mourned their loss with the added disbelief and dismay that there was nothing they could do to receive justice. Gerald died 4 days after receiving a delicate surgery to correct a leaking heart … [Read more...] about Florida’s Wrongful Death Act Has a Loophole Affecting Victims of Medical Negligence
Traducir al Español If you’re injured in an accident caused by the negligence of someone else, you have the right to sue for the damages you’ve suffered. But what if the accident leads to someone’s death? Who has the ability to seek justice for the wrongful death? If the injury proves to be fatal, the power to sue goes to someone else. What is a wrongful death … [Read more...] about Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Florida?
A man from Boynton Beach, Florida recently filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Princess Cruise Lines earlier this year. One year after the death of his wife, Jerome Leftow filed the suit on May 30th, 2017 in the U.S. District Court of Central California. Leftow believes that the death of his wife Sarah was caused directly by the negligence of the Princess Cruise … [Read more...] about Cruise Ship Liability: Florida Man Files Wrongful Death Case for Deceased Wife