San Francisco, California (WiredPRNews.com) — Mary Alexander & Associates, personal injury lawyers in San Francisco, narrate a news story that appeared in Business Wire stating that Amanda de la Garza is preparing to sue a Corpus Christi PetSmart store for damages and compensation for the wrongful death of her father Joe de la Garza due to the diseased Cockatiel the family had purchased from the pet store in Texas.
Amanda also fell seriously ill along with her father, eventually recovering from her illness has called upon the pet store to stop selling all birds at their store as most of the birds are infected with psittacosis, commonly known as “parrot fever” which is a highly transmissible and at times fatal disease.
Investigations revealed that the pet shop had a history of outbreaks of such disease in their store. In 2006, PetSmart shop took away several birds found with this disease and in the current year too the store stopped in sale of birds that were tested positive with psittacosis.
Mary Alexander states, “Incident’s like the wrongful death of Joe de la Garza could have been averted, only if the store owners would have been vigilant and taken away the diseased birds from the store”.
Surviving members of the dead who have died due to the negligence or misconduct of companies, organizations or individuals can take legal action for the wrongful death of their loved ones and file for compensation claims for their loss through Mary Alexander & Associates, the personal injury lawyers in San Francisco, California – the lawyer’s who put the clients on the right path, give them proper guidance and support and help in gaining the rightful compensation claim.
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