Family of Former Entrepreneur Files $10 M Wrongful Death Claim

The family of an entrepreneur who was killed in a tragic car accident was seeking $10 million in their wrongful death lawsuit.

According to the lawsuit filed last April 20 before Hammond’s US District Court, Marla Fry’s family is seeking for $10 million as compensation for her wrongful death.

The family’s wrongful death attorney said that Fry’s husband, David Fry, claims that the judgment amount that they are praying simply shows just how much the family treasures Fry.

The defendant’s representative said that the party would not give comments as dictated by the company’s policy.

Records show that Fry was killed in a tragic car accident last April 10, after bringing her daughters’ snacks to school.

According to reports, Fry had stopped at a red light at U.S. 30 in Porter County Road 600W and then entered the intersection upon the green light signal. That is when Fry’s car was hit by tractor-trailer running through red lights, causing Fry’s death.

According to the driver, Roberto Sanchez, 52, he couldn’t stop his coughing, that is why he failed to control the tractor during red light.

Fry left two lovely daughters, Anna and Maisy, who were both minors, and her spouse, David.

During her lifetime, Fry used to create art using vintage and antique windows as her business. She actually named her business, Marla Fry Windows after her.

Nowadays, family members of the deceased can have the right to obtain rightful compensation for the untimely death of a family member after laws regarding wrongful death claims have been legislated. Although the laws may seem to differ from state to state, they are not too far different. Fortunately, many lawyers, such as wrongful death attorney Los Angeles, know every state’s laws regarding wrongful death claims, and can therefore provide the legal assistance needed by their clients.

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