In the September 30, 2014 post titled “Motorcyclist Dies Following Collision In Joliet,” a fatal motorcycle accident that occurred in September 2014 is discussed.
Recently, a lawsuit has been filed regarding the accident. The lawsuit is discussed in the November 6, 2015 Channahon-Minooka Patch article titled “Estate of Motorcycle Man Killed In Killed in Crash Sued by Woman Who Lost Leg.”
The article discusses the lawsuit, which was filed by the female passenger on the motorcycle, Rosa Cantu-Muniz.
An excerpt from the article:
A woman who lost her leg in a September 2014 wreck sued a Joliet man killed in the crash and the other driver involved in the accident, according to a lawsuit filed in Will County court.
Additional details can be seen in the Patch article mentioned above.
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