Houston, TX (PRWEB) March 21, 2017
Jason Webster, principal attorney of The Webster Law Firm, recently filed a complaint (Case No. DC-16-15341 filed in the District Court of Dallas County, Texas) on behalf of clients (plaintiffs) whose aircraft, a Cessna T206H Turbo Stationair, according to court documents, experienced an alleged in-flight shutdown resulting in the plane crashing. As a result of the crash, two of the plaintiffs, including the co-pilot, were severely injured, three people died, five were injured, one woman lost her husband and grandson and another lost her husband.
Court documents further state that, upon information and belief, the airplane, engine and/or its component parts were allegedly defective and unreasonably dangerous, which allegedly caused the airplane to crash, and Pratt & Whitney Canada Corporation (defendant) failed to use reasonable care and skill in the design, manufacture, marketing and distribution of the engine and failed to warn of defects inherent in the design or resulting from the manufacture of the engine including its component and replacement parts. The plaintiffs in the case are requesting a jury trial to recover damages from defendants Pratt & Whitney Canada Corporation, Cessna Aircraft Company, Kansas Aviation of Independence, LLC, Woodward Inc. and Prime Turbines LLC. Additionally, Webster recently filed an amended petition naming Southwest Turbine, Inc. as a new defendant.
As a result of the crash, the plaintiffs, according to court documents, are seeking recovery for alleged significant injuries and damages, including, but not limited to, physical pain and mental anguish sustained from the date of injury to the time of trial; future physical pain and mental anguish reasonably anticipated to be sustained in the future; loss of earnings sustained from the date of injury to the time of trial; loss of earnings and earning capacity reasonably anticipated to be suffered in the future; and reasonable and necessary medical expenses incurred in the treatment of their injuries from the date of injury to the time of trial.
The plaintiffs representing the estates of the deceased, according to court documents, are seeking recovery for alleged past mental anguish in the form of emotional pain, torment and suffering experienced only by one who has suffered the loss of their spouse or child; future mental anguish in the form of emotional pain, torment and suffering experienced only by one who has suffered the loss of their spouse or child; past physical pain; future physical pain; past medical expenses; future medical expenses; funeral and burial expenses; loss of household services; and loss of inheritance and pecuniary loss.
Plaintiffs in the case include Edgar Alan Chaidez Arrieta; Guillermo Javier Adrian Talavera; Barbara Sanchez Adrian; Migdaglis Talavera, as next friend of J.A.A.T, a minor; and Angelina Maria Grieco Arevalo, individually and as representative of the estate of Guillermo Jose Adrian Vallenilla, deceased.
About The Webster Law Firm
The Webster Law Firm handles a wide range of cases and has obtained many successful results. It focuses on representing individuals injured by another party’s negligence. Personal injury lawyer Jason Webster is a licensed legal representative in Texas, New York, Pennsylvania, Mississippi, and Oklahoma. He is a member of the American Bar Association, State Bar of Texas, Houston Young Lawyers Association, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Texas Trial Lawyers Association and Houston Trial Lawyers Association. For more information, please call (713) 396-5197, visit http://www.thewebsterlawfirm.com, or follow Jason on his Facebook and Google+ pages. The law office is located at 6200 Savoy Drive, Suite 150, Houston, TX 77036.
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