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SportWoods seeks 'wrongful death' dismissal

21:01  12 june  2019
21:01  12 june  2019 Source:   skysports.com

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Tiger Woods ' legal team have moved to dismiss the wrongful death lawsuit that was brought against him by the family of a man who died in a car accident But Woods has responded with a motion to dismiss , which was filed on June 5, that claims neither he, his girlfriend, Erica Herman, nor any of the

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Tiger Woods' legal team have moved to dismiss the wrongful death lawsuit that was brought against him by the family of a man who died in a car accident after drinking too much at Woods' Florida restaurant.

Nicholas Immesberger, a barman at The Woods Jupiter restaurant, died in a car accident in December last year, and subsequent blood tests revealed he was more than three times over the legal drink-drive limit.

Immesberger's family are suing Woods and his girlfriend, Erica Herman, who is the general manager at the restaurant, for serving their employee with excessive amounts of alcohol and then allowing him to drive home.

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SportWoods seeks ' wrongful death ' dismissal . 21:01 12 june 2019. Tiger Woods ' legal team have moved to dismiss the wrongful death lawsuit that was brought against him by the family of a man who died in a car accident after drinking too much at Woods ' Florida restaurant.

Tiger Woods ' lawyers are seeking to have a wrongful death lawsuit dismissed related to the drunk-driving death of an employee at his restaurant. Last month, the parents of 24-year-old Nicholas Immesberger sued Woods for wrongful death claiming that the restaurant overserved their son when

Woods is alleged to have "individually participated in the serving of alcohol to Immesberger" despite not being in the restaurant at the time, and lawyers insist he and Herman should have done more to prevent the accident as they had knowledge that Immesberger was an alcoholic.

Lawyers representing Immesberger's family have also accused Woods of destroying video evidence which allegedly showed the 24-year-old drinking for around three hours prior to the fatal crash on December 10.

But Woods has responded with a motion to dismiss, which was filed on June 5, that claims neither he, his girlfriend, Erica Herman, nor any of the employees at The Woods Jupiter were responsible for the death of Immesberger.

"If there was any negligence that caused or contributed to [Immesberger's] alleged injuries, it was solely the result of negligence on the part of third parties who were not under the care, custody, control or supervision of [Woods]," the motion read.

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In law, wrongful dismissal , also called wrongful termination or wrongful discharge, is a situation in which an employee's contract of employment has been terminated by the employer, where the termination breaches one or more terms of the contract of employment

On Tuesday, Woods ’ attorneys sought to have the lawsuit dismissed in a legal motion, claiming that Woods is not the owner, but an investor in the restaurant and that he’s not legally responsible for a wrongful death lawsuit of the employee.

Woods seeks 'wrongful death' dismissal
Woods seeks 'wrongful death' dismissal
Woods seeks 'wrongful death' dismissal

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