Woman Dies After Falling From Six Flags Over Texas Giant Roller Coaster

Woman Dies After Falling From Six Flags Over Texas Giant Roller Coaster

Six Flags over Texas Giant pathThe Dallas Morning News reported that there is no further news on how Rosy Esparza fell off the Texas Giant roller coaster last Friday. In Texas, there is not an agency responsible for investigating accidents unless there are criminal allegations associated with the death of a person. Therefore, likely the investigation will be conducted by Six Flags, its insurance company, manufacturer of the roller coaster and inspectors hired by Six Flags. This means that the results of Six Flags’ investigation may not be released to the public anytime soon with the potential of lawsuits being filed against it. The wrongful death of a person caused by the negligence of a company or individual is a terrible tragedy that will not only affect the family emotionally but also financially. If the person who died is a parent like the Six Flags over Texas accident, the children of Rosy Esparza may have claims for damages including the loss of the parent’s love, compassion, companionship, society and comfort if Six Flags’ is shown to be negligent under the law. Therefore, it is important for anyone who has been injured or lost a loved one by the negligence of another to seek legal advice immediately. Bristol & Dubiel LLP has represented families that have suffered serious injuries or death so we know how to handle these type of cases. If you have any questions about your legal rights, please contact our office and one of our attorneys will be glad to meet with you. Please contact us at 214.880.9988 or 1.800.589.1413 or visit our website at bristoldubiel.com for more information or to set up a free consultation. Source: dallasnews.com

By |2018-11-08T20:25:53-06:00July 22nd, 2013|Personal Injury|Comments Off on Woman Dies After Falling From Six Flags Over Texas Giant Roller Coaster

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Murray has been a member of the Texas State Bar since 1993, the Oklahoma Bar since 1995 and a member of the US District Court, Northern and Western District of Texas and Northern, Eastern and Western District of Oklahoma. Murray is a trial lawyer that practices personal injury law and seeks recovery for families and individuals that have been seriously injured or killed throughout Oklahoma and Texas.
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