Lawsuit for death of child in winter storm takes unexpected turn – Telemundo San Diego (20)

HOUSTON – The case of the death of Cristian Pavón, the 11-year-old boy, found dead in his trailer home, last week in the midst of the winter storm, is taking on novel overtones.

All on behalf of the lawsuit that was filed by Houston attorney Tony Buzbee, on behalf of the family, against two Texas electricity companies.

According to the lawsuit, which seeks compensation of $ 100 million, the companies Entergy Texas (serving electricity in the Conroe area where the family resides) and the Texas Electrical Reliability Council (ERCOT) they were negligent in cutting off service for several hours during the storm that reached temperatures of nine degrees in that area north of the Houston metropolitan area.

However, yesterday a relative of Cristian assured that Buzbee took the right to file the lawsuit without the permission of María Piñeda, the child’s mother.

According to Yaliza Yera, María Piñeda’s sister-in-law, the family is not seeking any compensation for the death of Cristian, who had arrived in the Houston area two years ago from Honduras.

Piñeda has not commented on what was said by his sister-in-law, nor has the lawyer Buzbee.

After the storm comes the calm, and with it a federal aid so that you can recover the money that you took out of your pocket because of the low temperatures. In addition, we will tell you why dozens of planes will remain on the ground. And Chapo’s wife falls!


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