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Brett Goodson

Ohio Wrongful Death

To the loved ones who lose a family member due to negligence usually the last thing on their mind is collecting damages for their loss. It is usually not until weeks after the funeral that those…

Alison De Villiers

Tragic Cincinnati Death Attributed to Failed Safety Equipment

A 23-year-old Cincinnati woman fell to her death this week and police are attributing the fall to failed harnesses.
Keri Shryock was performing in a Christmas play when she fell about 20 feet onto…

Brett Goodson

Drowning Deaths Preventable At Lifeguarded Pools

Another swimming season approaches in Cincinnati and other northern cities. Unfortunately, Cincinnati has already experienced a drowning tragedy which was very likely preventable. A four year old…

Brett Goodson

Wrongful Death: Fires in Rental Property

We read in the paper all too often about children killed in a house or apartment fire. They are especially vulnerable because they are often sleeping in rooms separate from the adults in the family….

Brett Goodson

Ritter Widow Talks Wrongful Death Lawsuit on Today

Actress Amy Yasbeck appeared in an interview with Meredith Vieira this morning on NBC’s TODAY show to talk about the wrongful death lawsuit she has filed in response to the death of her husband, actor John Ritter.Jury selection in the trial of two doctors was set to begin today, and the family is seeking $67 million in damages.Yasbeck is targeting two doctors in the current suit — one who…

Chrissie Cole

Victim's Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Killer

A woman killed by her ex-boyfriend in his home, is being sued by her family in wrongful death lawsuit.The lawsuit was filed by her family in Androscoggin County Superior Court. The ex-boyfriend (her killer) was found guilty following a three week trial earlier this year. He is currently serving a 55-year prison sentence. The lawsuit claims he acted with malice when he shot her in the back of the…

Chrissie Cole

Judge Rules In Grant Wrongful Death Lawsuit

A judge has awarded $50 million to the estate of, Tara Grant, in wrongful death lawsuit that was filed against her husband.Stephen Grant is charged with killing and dismembering his wife back in February. The wrongful death suit was filed by Tara Grant’s sister who was previously granted temporary custody of her sister’s children ages four and six.The lawsuit was never answered by Stephen Grant,…

Chrissie Cole

$50 Million Lawsuit Filed Against Stephen Grant

Tara Grant’s sister has filed a wrongful death lawsuit, for $50-million, against Stephen Grant in Macomb County Circuit Court.Alicia Standerfer, an Ohio resident, has guardianship over the estate and conservancy for her sister’s two children. The lawsuit states Stephen Grant is responsible for his wife’s strangulation and dismemberment, and due to that, “Tara Grant suffered from extreme…

Chrissie Cole

Mother Settles Wrongful Death Lawsuit with Foster Agency

A woman has settled a multimillion dollar wrongful death lawsuit against the foster care agency that placed her son with a couple that is now convicted of murder for their roles in the 3-year-old’s death.The woman waived her rights to any payments in a $206,000 settlement that will be split between the boy’s brother and sister, according to an agreement that was approved by a Butler County Judge…

Chrissie Cole

Wrongful Death Suit Filed Against Police

The Mother of a local musician who was killed last January by a Louisville Metro Police officer that was driving the wrong way on a one-way street has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the officer and Police Chief Robert White.Marsha Butler filed the lawsuit against Officer Jason Brown, claiming Brown was driving in a “careless and negligent” manner when he was driving the wrong way down…