FedEx and Goodyear Fail to Face Wrongful Death Suit Against Fiery Fatal Car Crash
- The fiery car crash took place on Sept. 21 in Alabama on Interstate 10.
- Kelsie Platt is suing FedEx and Goodyear for Hamilton’s death.
- Platt claims that the fatal accident resulted from defective tires.
After her husband’s September death from a fiery car accident, an Alabama widow filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against FedEx and Goodyear.
Hamilton Platt (32), died after he crashed into a FedEx truck, which had blown a Tire on Interstate 10 Sept. 21. According to local newsKelsie Platt sued FedEx alleging that FedEx’s defective tread tires caused the fatal accident.
Platt, 28, said that her husband survived the impact in his Chevrolet Tahoe. She only learned of his death via social media reports.
October she pleaded on FacebookFor more information from any witnesses about her husband’s passing, click here. According to the post her husband was travelling from Daphne in Alabama to Mobile at that time.
“All I ask at this point is that anyone who saw the accident or any first responders on the wreck, or if you know of a friend who might have information on the accident,” Platt wrote.
NBC 15 reported that Ed Rowan, Platt’s attorney, accused the delivery firm of “playing Russian Roulette” with its tires.
“You would hope FedEx inspects their vehicles and tires.” Rowan stated that inspecting your tires is one of most important things you can perform.” Rowan spoke to NBC 15.
FedEx was subject to a similar lawsuit after a fatal collision that occurred in Wyoming in 2016. Three people were killed. Although the amount of the settlement was not disclosed, the company settled the federal lawsuit. the Wyoming Tribune Eagle reported. Goodyear was not a party to that lawsuit.
Although neither FedEx nor Goodyear responded immediately to Insider’s request for comment, FedEx provided a statement that was sent to local news outlets.
The statement stated: “We continue our deepest sympathy to the family members and friends of Mr. Platt. We have fully cooperated with the investigating authorities. We will defend the suit.”
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