Makarem and Associates sues Union Pacific Railroad Company for wrongful
death stemming from the fatality of two young women who died in a train
Renee Ammari, age 21, and Tanya Sayegh, age 18, suffered fatal injuries
after a Union Pacific Railroad Company train collided with their
disabled car near the Mission Inn Avenue grade crossing in Riverside,
California on October 31, 2007.
The Plaintiffs are the parents and representatives of the Estates of
Renee Ammari and Tanya Sayegh. Plaintiffs are represented by Ronald W.
Makarem of the law firm Makarem & Associates and Imad Y. Elias of the
Law Offices of Mann & Elias.
The Plaintiffs allege that Union Pacific Railroad Company and its
employee crew were negligent in operating the train, failing to observe
the Plaintiffs' disabled car, and failing to apply its emergencybrakes
in time to avoid the collision. "Had the crew of the Union Pacific
Railroad Company been alert and attentive, as per the rules governing
railroad operations, they then would have seen the flashing,
warning-hazard lights of the Plaintiffs' vehicle and timely applied the
emergency brakes. Their negligent actions resulted in the deaths of two
young women," says one of the Plaintiffs' attorneys, Ron Makarem.
Union Pacific Railroad denies any negligence, alleging that the train
was being operated properly, that there was no negligence on the part of
Union Pacific Railroad or its crew.
The case of The Estate of Renee Ammari and The Estate of Tanya Sayegh
v. Union Pacific Railroad Company, in County of Riverside, Case No.
RIC 512012 is scheduled to begin trial on February 28, 2013.
About Makarem & Associates APLC
Makarem & Associates APLC is a top litigation trial firm representing
consumers against wrongful death and survival action. Ron Makarem has
received numerous honors and accolades in the legal industry for
landmark cases, recently named 'Top 100 Attorney in Southern California'
in 2013 by Los Angeles Magazine. For more information about the
law firm go to: www.makaremlaw.com.
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