Lawsuits settled for $600,000 for families of three teens who died after being hypnotized by school principal

Principal George Kenney was not a licensed hypnotherapist. He had been warned against hypnotizing students. But he hypnotized dozens of high school students—three of whom died within days of hypnosis. The strange, sad story of three teens that died after hypnosis Wesley McKinley, 17: He was a talented musician with a dream of attending Julliard.… Learn More »

Lawsuit filed for car crash death caused by dangerous tire

As reported by the Associated Press (AP), attorneys Tom D’Amore and Douglas Oh-Keith of D’Amore Law Group filed a lawsuit on behalf of a young woman who died in a car crash caused by a dangerous, defective tire. Ivon Carina Barajas-Orozco, her husband Heriberto, and their three-year-old son wanted to visit Heriberto’s grandfather in Chicago.… Learn More »

Death on the job: lawsuit filed for Oregon worker forced to use bucket in truck as toilet

As reported by the Oregonian, attorneys Tom D’Amore of D’Amore Law Group have filed lawsuit on behalf of a worker who died from carbon monoxide poisoning on a job site.   Andrew Lane was only 22 years old when he died. He was one of nine employees of an Oregon company that provides roof and… Learn More »

How Wrongful Death Claims Work

“Wrongful death” is a legal term. It means a person died because of another person (or company’s) bad actions. This type of lawsuit seeks compensation for the family members who suffer emotionally, psychologically and financially by the untimely death of a loved one. A wrongful death case is a civil lawsuit, which is different from… Learn More »