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Katherine Jackson to take stand for first time in wrongful-death suit – Los Angeles Times

The next person scheduled to testify in the Michael Jackson wrongful-death lawsuit is his mother, Katherine Jackson, who is to take the stand Friday.
She and her late son’s three children brought the suit against AEG Live, the company that was promoting the singer’s ill-fated comeback tour. It would be her first court appearance in the case.
Katherine Jackson, 83, and her grandchildren — Prince, Paris and Blanket —  claim the entertainment giant negligently hired and controlled the physician who gave the singer a fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol in 2009, days before his

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Family of Electrocuted Girl Files Suit against Time Share – Legal Examiner

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Posted by Council WootenSeptember 26, 2012 3:12 PM0 CommentsPrint ArticleSubscribe
The family of an 11-year-old girl who was electrocuted to death at Orange Lakes Resort in Orlando has filed a wrongful death suit, according to sources. The girl was on vacation with her family, playing miniature golf at a time share resort, when she was electrocuted as she recached into an artificial pond for her ball in June. The wrongful death suit, filed in Orange-Osceola Circuit Court, claims the resort was negligent in its repairs to electrical components.
The girl’s parents and her brother rushed to the pond as another guest attempted to save her. The lawsuit is seeking emotional and punitive damages upwards of $ 27 million.
“The priorities of the family are to find out exactly what happened and who’s responsible,” said the attorney representing the family. “And hold the resort accountable for the loss of their only daughter. They are absolutely devastated by this loss.”
The lawsuit alleges that the resort used an uncertified electrician to replace electrical equipment. There is no excuse for resorts to put their guests at risk to cut costs. Please visit our website for more information on tourist injuries and please contact our office for a free consultation.
Wooten, Kimbrough & Normand, P.A.—Orlando wrongful death attorneys.
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