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New Providence Man Sues in Son’s Wrongful Death – Patch.com

A New Providence man has filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Connecticut in connection with the 2012 death of his young son.
Alexander Wu, 8, was playing in the hallway of his grandmother’s apartment building in Stamford, Conn. when the screen on the window where he was playing gave way. The boy fell six stories to his death, according to an article on ctpost.com.
Alexander’s father, Zhongzin Jason of New Providence, filed the lawsuit in Stamford in February. His attorneys filed the lawsuit in State Superior Court, the ctpost.com article said.
Rippowam Manor, the senior housing complex where the boy was playing and where his grandmother lived, is owned by the Stamford Housing Authority, ctpost.com said. The lawsuit charges both the housing authority and housing complex with negligence and carelessness. 
The lawsuit seeks more than $ 15,000 in damages, the ctpost.com report said.

By |May 6th, 2013|News|Comments Off on New Providence Man Sues in Son’s Wrongful Death – Patch.com|

Federal wrongful-death suit filed in connection with Hopkinton accident – The Providence Journal

PROVIDENCE, RI — A federal wrongful death suit has been filed by the family of a Delaware woman who died in a bizarre accident on Route 95 in Hopkinton in April, when a wheel broke loose from a Hummer driving in the opposite direction and smashed through her windshield.
The lawsuit, filed Dec. 26 in U.S. District Court here, was brought by Andrew P. Letts as representative of the estate of his late mother, Carolyn H. Letts, and as power of attorney for his father, William J. Letts, who was injured in the accident.
Named as defendants are the Connecticut owner and driver of the Hummer, Peter R. Reynolds, and Whaling City Motors, of New London, where the lawsuit says Reynolds bought and serviced his vehicle.

By |January 1st, 2013|News|Comments Off on Federal wrongful-death suit filed in connection with Hopkinton accident – The Providence Journal|