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Michael Jackson's mom Katherine set to give testimony in wrongful death case against concert promoter
Kolb died from the injuries sustained in that crash. William Kolb According to the complaint filed by Kolbs parents Linda and Richard, the family is suing the freeholder for negligence which they claim was the reason for their sons premature death. The Kolbs are being represented by Ronald E. Prusek, Esq of the firm Carluccio, Leone, Dimon, Doyle and Sacks of Toms River. Defendant John P. Kelly negligently operated his motor vehicle so as to cause the same to travel directly into the path of the decedents motorcycle resulting in a collision, the complaint, filed one year ago this month read. The complaint continues to detail Kellys left turn into the parking lot of the West Creek Deli, which he owns and operates. Although Kelly received no citations for the accident, according to the New Jersey State Police, Mr. Prusek contends the accident occurred in Kolbs lane along the southbound shoulder of route 9. John P.
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Ocean County Freeholder Facing Wrongful Death Lawsuit after
Asked Thursday if Katherine was nervous about tough questions related to her famous family, Panish shook his head. "You think she's a tough woman? No question," he said. JOSHUA GATES WEISBERG/EPA Jackson is expected to talk about her son's life and how his death has affected the family. The mother of nine and legal guardian of Michael's three kids has attended much of the downtown Los Angeles trial but was absent Thursday to get her hearing aids checked in preparation for her testimony. RELATED: SEE IT: MICHAEL JACKSONS HANDWRITTEN LETTERS WITH HIS KIDS "She listens really hard, and that tires her," Panish warned the judge Thursday as he proposed a series of hourly breaks Friday. "She gets tired in the afternoon." Katherine is suing AEG for wrongful death claiming the concert giant negligently hired and supervised the doctor now serving four years in connection with Michael's June 2009 overdose death. AEG denies any wrongdoing, claiming it was Michael who demanded and personally hired Dr. Conrad Murray and secretly begged for the surgery-strength anesthetic that killed him.
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Michael Jackson Wrongful Death Trial: The Week's Key Moments
He recently pulled his company off the market after trying to sell it for $8 billion. Tim Leiweke: He was recently fired as AEG's president as Philip Anschutz announced he was taking a more active role in the company. The Jackson lawyers say Leiweke's e-mail exchanges with executives under him concerning Michael Jackson's health are important evidence in their case. Paul Gongaware: The AEG Live co-CEO worked closely with Michael Jackson as he prepared for his comeback concerts. He testified at Dr. Conrad Murray's criminal trial that he contacted the physician and negotiated his hiring at the request of Jackson. AEG lawyers say it was Jackson who chose, hired and supervised Murray. Gongaware knew Jackson well, having been tour manager for the singer in previous years.
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Michael Jackson death trial nears end after five months
AEG's attorney says the case is about personal choice, namely Jackson's decision to have Murray serve as his doctor and give him doses of a powerful anesthetic as a sleep aid. Millions, possibly billions, of dollars are at stake. WHAT HAPPENED THIS PAST WEEK _Jackson's mother told jurors she did best site not believe her son was responsible for his own death and broke down in tears as she described the difficulty of listening to negative characterizations of her son throughout the trial. _Jurors heard from three of Jackson's former medical care providers, who described their treatments of the pop superstar. Nurse anesthetist David Fournier told the jury that he no longer treated Jackson after he stopped a surgery in 2003 in which the singer acted inappropriately during a pre-operation screening. _Fournier told jurors that Jackson had a high tolerance for certain drugs, and that he felt the singer was dishonest by not disclosing that he had an implant that blocked the effects of opiate medications before a surgical procedure. WHAT THE JURY SAW _Katherine Jackson break down in tears as she described the pain she experienced reading and hearing about emails in which corporate lawyers for AEG Live and its parent company described her son as "the freak" and an upcoming meeting with him as "creepy." _Jackson's medical records from emergency room visits after he injured his foot and returned several times to request painkillers.
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