A twenty-six year old Missouri mom died Saturday after falling out a “party bus” on a friend’s bachelorette party. The vehicle’s emergency doors busted open while the bus was driving on a busy highway to what was supposed to be a fun girl’s night out.
According to Kansas City’s KSHB, new mom, Jamie Frecks, was out celebrate the impending marriage of a friend, when she fell out of the “party bus” and was struck by at least three vehicles. Jamie was tragically pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.
Of course, Freck’s entire family is devastated over the young mother’s death, and they are demanding answers as to how the accident occurred in the first place. Jamie’s aunt questioned the company as to why the doors weren’t secured properly.
According to KSHB, Eddy Goetz, an owner of Midnight Express Party Bus, which operates the vehicle, said that he had absolutely no idea how the doors could have just come open. Unfortunately, Goetz’s half-hearted answer provided no real answers for Jamie’s mourning family, and the 5-month-old child that she leaves behind.
A wrongful death, such as Jamie Freck’s tragic passing, alters a family forever. When a loved one dies because of someone’s carelessness or intentional act, or as a result of a defective product, it is hard to know how to proceed. Missouri wrongful death attorney Chris Dixon understands that grieving families need real answers. An experienced St. Louis wrongful death lawyer, Dixon has several years experience in investigating accidents, litigating claims and obtaining awards in wrongful death cases. To talk to attorney Chris Dixon about your potential claim today, call 314.409.7060.