A 30-year-old man is dead following a collision with a police cruiser, according to local sources. Colorado Springs Police have yet to issue an official statement, but it has been confirmed the unidentified motorcyclist lost his life in the crash. So far, no criminal charges have been filed, but the family of the deceased man may choose to assess the viability of filing a wrongful death claim in civil court.
Legal repercussions over the murder of socialite Nancy Pfister continue. Her daughter, Juliana, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Colorado against Nancy Masson-Styler, the woman she believes was complicit in the murder of her mother. The wrongful death lawsuit also claims that William Styler III, Masson-Styler's husband at the time of the murder, fraudulently confessed to the murder solely to keep his wife from standing trial for the crime.
It happens more often than Colorado residents may think. A person dies because of the negligence of another party, and the family of the deceased chooses to file a wrongful death lawsuit on his or her behalf. A teenage boy was recently killed amid circumstances that could constitute grounds for a wrongful death claim. Should the family opt to pursue this type of legal action, they would have to meet the two-year deadline as required by the state's statue of limitations
Lawsuits are filed for all kinds of reasons. When someone is injured or dies because of the negligence of another party, those affected may be entitled to file a wrongful death lawsuit. A Colorado man recently filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a marijuana store and a manufacturer of pot candy.
Minor accidents are common and can happen at any time and in any place. Major accidents, those causing significant injury or death, are often the result of negligence. Those types of accidents can result in the injured person or surviving family members of a deceased victim to file a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit. One woman's family may be considering those options against a Colorado ski resort after a fall from a chairlift caused her death.
The tragic loss of a loved one due to the negligence of another person can leave a person devastated. After the grieving often comes a decided course of action that may include a wrongful death lawsuit. A Colorado man and his daughter are plaintiffs in a wrongful death suit filed after the man's wife was killed by an intoxicated driver.
The loss of a loved one is typically devastating, especially if the death is caused by the negligence of another person. In many cases, the survivors will undergo a myriad of emotions as they try to deal with the fact that their beloved family member is no longer there for them to see or hold ever again. Surviving family members often choose to file a wrongful death lawsuit to pursue recovery of financial losses. A woman has filed a wrongful death suit after her husband was killed at the Colorado Motorcycle Expo earlier in the year.
Snow skiing in Colorado is one of the state's most enjoyed pastimes. While fun for most people on the slopes, there is an element of danger, especially on the trails established for the more advanced skiers. A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed after a fatal collision that occurred toward the end of last year's ski season. The claim has named several defendants and is seeking an undisclosed amount of damages.
When getting behind the wheel, most people have a destination in mind, the route they will take to get there and what they will do once they arrive. Very few, if any, have the idea that they may not get where they want to go because of an accident. Car accidents can happen in Colorado anytime, anywhere and on any road. Three drivers were recently affected in one of many car accidents coming off a major interstate.
Legal ground is being broken in a recently filed lawsuit. The wrongful death lawsuit was filed against a Colorado marijuana distributor and the manufacturer of edible marijuana by the family of a woman who was allegedly killed by her husband after he had eaten some candy containing THC, the active ingredient in pot. The wrongful death suit claims the businesses did not sufficiently warn consumers of the possible side effects once the pot was consumed.