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Woman’s estate could win millions after Six Flags mishap

Posted on August 2nd, 2013 No Comments

The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office recently released more information regarding the death of 52-year-old Rosy Esparza who died after falling from Arlington-based Six Flags Over Texas’s Texas Giant roller coaster on Friday, July 19.

According to the medical examiner’s office in a statement released on Tuesday, July 23, she was seated in the third row, “and as the carts began the steep descent from the first large hill of track, she was ejected from her seat, falling freely for an approximate distance of 75 feet, striking a support metal beam and then coming to rest on the metal roof of the tunnel.”

Analysts, watchdogs, and attorneys have surmised that Six Flags and the roller coaster’s manufacturer, Gerstlauer Amusement Rides, will find themselves in trouble if the victim’s family files a wrongful death lawsuit, with some forecasting an “eight-figure recovery.”

According to the Dallas Morning News, Arlington police have ruled out foul play as the cause of the victim’s death.

20 people injured due to escalator malfunction

Posted on May 23rd, 2013 No Comments

Twenty people were reportedly injured after an escalator suddenly changed directions in San Antonio the afternoon of May 15.

According to reports, at least 20 people tumbled down over each other after the escalator they were riding in the Henry B. Gonzalez Center suddenly stopped and changed direction. Fourteen of the victims were hospitalized due to injuries ranging from moderate to severe.

Convention Center spokeswoman Andrea DeLaune said some visitors attending a GameStop expo were injured last August after an escalator malfunction occurred. A maintenance worker in the convention center who does not want to be identified said it was the same escalator that recently malfunctioned.

Sustaining injuries from defective escalators may leave you with expensive medical bills and other undue losses. Fortunately, the lawyers from the Chris Mayo Law Firm may be able to help you seek the compensation you need after a manufacturer or property owner negligently allows an escalator accident to occur. Discuss how we may be able to help you by calling (210) 999-9999 today.

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