Spouse of Man Killed In A Big Rig Truck Rollover Accident Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Complaint Against Hawes Motorsports, Marysville Raceway Park and Others.
A Sacramento California wrongful death lawsuit complaint has been filed against Hawes Motorsports, LLC, Marysville Raceway Park and other defendants (collectively “Defendants”) in the Superior Court for the State of California County of Sacramento (styled Linda Shepherd v. Hawes Motorsports, LLC et al, Wrongful Death Case No. 34-2012-00126284), alleging, among other things, that on August 14, 2010 Merle Shepherd died during an exhibition event put on and sponsored by defendants at the Marysville Raceway while operating a Big Rig truck that was struck by the front of another truck causing it to roll over with the cab collapsing, trapping and crushing the decedent and killing him, according to the Sacramento California Big Rig truck rollover wrongful death lawsuit complaint.
The Sacramento California Big Rig truck rollover wrongful death personal injury lawsuit reportedly asserts claims for the following alleged causes of action: wrongful death, gross negligence and negligent infliction of emotional distress, among others.
The Sacramento California Big Rig truck rollover wrongful death lawsuit complaint reportedly seeks economic damages for the value of the lost financial and other support from decedent, value of gifts or benefits and household services that decedent would have provided, funeral and burial expenses, and non-economic damages such as loss of love, companionship, comfort, care, assistance, protection, affection, society and moral support.
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