New York family files wrongful death lawsuit after ambulance crash death – New York wrongful death attorneys report

Massena family files wrongful death lawsuit in St. Lawrence County court.

New York, NY(NewYorkInjuryNews.com)–On November 28, 2007, a Seaway Valley ambulance driver crashed, on Interstate 89, in Vermont, killing Mary C. Catanzarite, an 80 year-old patient passenger. As reported by the Watertown Daily Times, the family of Catanzarite, who died in the ambulance rollover, filed a wrongful death lawsuit on Friday in St. Lawrence County court.

According to court documents, the personal injury lawyers representing the family, named defendants Jimmy A. Scott and Seaway Valley Ambulance, Inc., both of Massena. Vermont highway accident investigators determined the ambulance driver was traveling too fast for I-89 road conditions when he lost control and crashed. Catanzarite was being transported to Fletcher Allen Health Care in Burlington at the time of the fatal automobile accident.

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