Parents of Deceased Woman File Wrongful Death Suit
August 2, 2011
A Missouri wrongful death suit was filed in court last week by the parents of a 39-year-old south St. Louis County woman who slipped and fell in a Costco warehouse store, and later died of complications from the injuries she sustained.
According to stltoday.com, the accident occurred on April 22 at the Costco store on Lindbergh Boulevard, near Interstate 55. According to paperwork filed in the suit, the woman, who was Vice President of a St. Louis public relations firm, slipped on a “foreign substance” on the floor and dislocated her kneecap. She died exactly two weeks later, from a blood clot in her heart.
The Missouri wrongful death suit names Costco and the store’s manager as the negligent parties in the case, claiming they were careless in leaving the spill on the floor and not barricading the area. The parents of the woman are seeking unspecified damages in the Missouri wrongful death lawsuit.
The Missouri Wrongful Death Attorneys at Cofman Townsley say the most important key to winning a wrongful death case is proving negligence on another person’s part.
If you have lost a loved one due to another person’s negligence, contact a Missouri Wrongful Death Attorney with Cofman Townsley to fight your case for you. The have experience handling theses types of claims, and may be able to help you get the compensation you deserve.