This week’s news focused in on the latest in the controversy surrounding the death of a 15-year-old girl in Cleveland, Ohio. The victim’s family filed a lawsuit against the city on Friday, claiming that the girl’s death was a result of a “failure to protect” her, and that the city is liable for her son’s death.
The city denies any responsibility for the death of the girl, and released a statement that they were “reviewing the circumstances surrounding” the teen’s death. One of the alleged causes of the girl’s death is a broken leg, but the family’s lawyer says her fall, and subsequent failure to call the police, is what caused her death. The girl’s father, Aaron L. Davis, has filed a wrongful death suit against the city as well.
The girl in the video is Erin Colton, a 15 year old girl who died in a car accident. The accident happened in September of last year, and the girl was still in the hospital when her father filed a lawsuit against the city. Erin’s family has also filed a lawsuit against the city for the death of their daughter.
Erin Colton, the daughter of the former mayor of the city, Aaron Davis, has passed away from an accidental fall. The family has filed a wrongful death suit against the city for her death.
The daughter and husband of Erin Colton have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Redding, California. According to the legal documents, the city failed to properly respond to the girl’s medical needs, including by not providing her with proper care or treatment. The complaint also states that the city failed to exercise reasonable care by not providing her with adequate food and water, and by failing to exercise reasonable care to prevent or treat her accidental injuries.
The case has been filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court, where the city previously sought dismissal. The city’s claims in the complaint include negligence, medical malpractice/negligent infliction of emotional distress, and failure to provide medical treatment/care.
In the meantime, the city has filed not guilty pleas, but the citys lawyers have also stated that there is no intent to seek damages. As a result, their case is not yet before the court, but the citys lawyers are confident that they will be able to prove that the city failed to provide adequate food and water to Erin and that the city failed to provide proper medical care to her.
If the citys lawyers can prove these two charges, Erin will likely have plenty of financial gain in her legal battle. If she loses her fight, she could be facing civil suits for emotional distress and medical care, as well as financial damages. If Erin gets a jury of her peers, she will likely be awarded $250,000. If the jury is unable to reach a verdict, she could be awarded $200,000.
We don’t know the exact details about what happened to Erin, but we do know she was poisoned. A friend of hers was trying to get her in a time loop, and she died after being poisoned. The jury is still out on that one, but I’m betting the jury will only award a fraction of the money Erin was hoping for, and Erin and her friends will be looking for other justice.
In an interview last night, Erin said she was “unhappy” about the verdict and was planning on appealing the verdict.