Discovery Sued For Wrongful Death In Reality TV Pilot Stunt

Rachel Fernandez filed the lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court on behalf of herself and her three brothers – Jeremy, 15, and Donovan, 13, and Ryan, 11 – against the state as well as Elba Jimenez, the 38-year-old Upland resident being chased, and the owners of Danny’s Taco Truck. All of the plaintiffs were the children of 38-year-old Claudia Fernandez. The suit seeks unspecified damages. A CHP spokesperson did not immediately return a call for comment. The agency previously stated that one of its officers began pursuing Jimenez in the belief she was intoxicated about 1:20 p.m. last June 16 on the eastbound Santa Monica (10) Freeway near the Convention Center. The officer followed the 2005 Toyota Camry – being driven at speeds up to 100 mph – onto the northbound Golden State (5) Freeway, where the officer tried to make a stop, the CHP stated.
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2, 2007. As executrix of his estate, she submitted a wrongful death claim. She alleged that in the eight months preceding his death, Boggess was a patient of the Veteran Affairs Hospital in Clarksburg. During that time, he was improperly prescribed the drug amiodarone, which was not properly managed or monitored and resulted in his death, she claimed. Brenda Boggess will recover more than $164,000, while $5,000 will be paid to each of their six children. The firm of her lawyer, Wesley W. Metheney, will be paid 20 percent, which was the maximum percentage agreed to if the case could be settled without the need for filing a lawsuit. Twenty percent of the settlement is $55,000, which will be paid to the firm Wilson, Frame & Metheney in Morgantown.
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Wrongful death settlement in Navy vet’s case worth $275K

The officers were pursuing a home-invasion suspect on the morning of May 8 when their vehicle collided with Reynolds’ vehicle in the 2400 block of East 76th Street, Chicago Police said. Reynolds, 59, was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where she was pronounced dead, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner’s office. The suit claims that the officers are responsible for Reynolds’ death, alleging that they drove recklessly, ignored traffic signals and failed to activate their vehicle’s emergency lights and siren during the chase. The four-count lawsuit is seeking more than $150,000 in damages for Reynolds’ death and for suffering homepage she endured before she died. A representative for the City of Chicago’s law department was not immediately available to comment on the suit Thursday night. Timothy Jones, 20, of the 12500 block of South Union, was charged with murder on May 10 in connection with Reynolds’ death. He also faces one count of home invasion, one count of leaving the scene of an accident and one count of fleeing police officers, according to a statement issued by Chicago Police after his arrest. Jones’ next court date is scheduled for June 26. Show / Hide Comments © 2011 Sun-Times Media, LLC. All rights reserved.
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