Surviving Spouse Of Spectator At The California 200 Off-Road Race Who Died After Truck Traveled Into Crowd Of Racing Spectators Files Personal Injury Wrongful Death Lawsuit Complaint Against US Government, MDR Productions, Mojave Desert Racing and Brett Sloppy.
A personal injury wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against United States of America, MDR Productions, Inc., Mojave Desert Racing, Inc. and Brett M. Sloppy (collectively “Defendants”) in the United States District Court For the Southern District of California (styled Janet Dickinson v. United States of America, MDR Productions, Inc., Mojave Desert Racing, Inc. and Brett M. Sloppy, Personal Injury Case No. 11CV2129 LAB RBB), alleging, among other things, that a spectator at an off-road race involving motor vehicles called “The California 200” was killed after a 2000 Ford Ranger truck traveled into a group of spectators, according to a San Diego California The California 200 Off-Road Racing wrongful death personal injury lawsuit complaint.
The California 200 Off-Road Racing San Diego California wrongful death personal injury lawsuit complaint reportedly asserts claims for alleged negligence and strict liability.
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