Monday, May 18, 2020

JoCo Coronavirus Court Fight Starts

A plague of lawyers are ready to argue liability as the pandemic provides many opportunities to blame blame . . . Take a look:

Lawsuit filed against Johnson County long-term care facility

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A lawsuit has been filed by a Kansas City, Missouri, law firm against Brighton Gardens, a Johnson County long-term facility where 14 residents have died. The suit, filed on behalf of the Gordon Grohmann family, alleges Grohmann, 88, died on May 1 from complications of COVID-19, which the suit alleges he contracted while at the facility.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

As usual, the vulture lawyers swoop in for financial gain after a tragedy.

State of Missouri should cap any law firm % of an award to 20% or less so more of the funds go to the victims that suffered.

Anonymous said...

Lawyers are like maggots feasting on the carcass of the dead.

Anonymous said...

Deplorables are like MAGATS feasting on the carcass of America.

Anonymous said...

^^And there is plenty of meat left on this carcass.
If the Legislature doesn't give immunity to these nursing homes, they will close in droves.

Anonymous said...

Suing nursing homes might become a new industry.

Anonymous said...

1:56 - Good to see Karen is back. Worried she may have stepped out of her basement and contracted corona virus by interacting with humans. Stay in the basement Karen with your cats and everything will be fine.