WHEELING — Two couples are suing a carrier and a and a driver, alleging insufficient their negligence led to injuries for the plaintiffs.
Kathleen Rylott, Robert Rylott, Matthew Thibault and Nathalie Thibault, individually and as mother and next friend of Khristopher and Kora-Ann Thibault, minors filed a complaint March 15 in Ohio Circuit Court against
Agustin Vasquez and Denver Carrier LLC,
alleging that defendant Denver Carrier failed to properly train, supervise and instruct its drivers in the safe operation of its vehicle.
According to the complaint, on July 8, 2016, Vasquez, acting in the scope of his employment with Denver Carrier, was operating a motor vehicle on Chapline Street, Wheeling, when he negligently collided with a vehicle operated by Kathleen Rylott, in which Nathalie Thibault was a passenger. As a result, the suit says, they both sustained severe injuries causing physical and mental pain, lost wages and medical expenses.
The suit states Robert Rylott, Matthew Thibault and Khristopher and Kora-Ann Thibault suffered a loss of love, society and companionship of the injured plaintiffs.
The plaintiffs allege Vasquez failed to keep careful lookout and failed to maintain proper control of his vehicle.
The plaintiffs seek trial by jury, compensatory and general damages, interest, costs of court, and all other proper relief. They are represented by attorneys James G. Bordas Jr. and Meaghan L. Tague of Bordas and Bordas PLLC in Wheeling.
Ohio Circuit Court Case number 17-c-82