Civil Plaintiff

Family of woman killed by driver on drugs awarded $2M

The family of Janet Stomps, who was killed in June 2016 when a trash truck driver struck her Honda Accord, has been awarded $1.9 million. The truck driver was taking Abilify, Zoloft and Atarax, which all contain warnings for drowsiness and not operating vehicles or heavy equipment

The lawsuit, filed on behalf of the family of 44-year-old Stomps in 2017, sought in excess of $75,000 in a survival claim and $75,000 in a wrongful death claim from the driver, Robert Peter Neal, and his Baltimore-based employer, Bay Area Disposal.

Read the source article at How Africa News

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