Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 23, 2013
Attorney Alex Galindo, attorney with Curd, Galindo & Smith, LLP, on behalf of his clients, has filed suit in Los Angeles Superior Court Case No.: KC063384, Vasquez v. Garvey Tyler, LLC, against a Beverly Hills, California real estate partnership that owns an El Monte Trailer Park, Garvey Tyler, LLC..
Court records indicate that Mr. Galindo's clients, the brothers of the late Camile Vasquez (age 49) died after a 65 day fight of her life while at the USC/Los Angeles County Medical Center/Burn Unit.
The court file states that Camile Vasquez lived at the trailer park which, as alleged in the Plaintiffs' complaint, was plagued with various defects including faulty electrical lines. The lawsuit contends that the trailer was rented by Ms. Vasquez and on March 20, 2010, the trailer caught on fire as a result of a poorly maintained elecrical system at the trailer breaker box. Court documents states that Ms. Vasquez could not exit the burning trailer as the management company placed a pad lock on the outside of the trailer as a security device and as alleged Ms. Vasquez was trapped in the burning trailer until a neighbor, Ryan Bilskie was able to break in to the trailer and pull her out. The pending lawsuit further provides that Ms. Vasquez was taken to Alhambra Hospital and then transferred to the burn unit at USC Medical Center. Ms. Vasquez suffered burns to her face, back, arms and throat. She died while in the hospital.
The brothers of Camile Vasquez, Antonio Vasquez and Michael Vasquez are the sole heirs of Ms. Vasquez and seek compensatory damages against Garvey Tyler, LLC.
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