MIAMI, Fla., Aug. 2, 2013 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The Opa-Locka Florida police chase that resulted in a head-on collision with multiple fatalities on Interstate-95 this past April has prompted the filings of two alleged wrongful death lawsuits by the families’ attorney Edward R. Blumberg.

The families of victims Albertson Almase and his sister Kristina Almase have just filed multiple count lawsuits in the Miami-Dade County, Florida Circuit Court naming among others the Opa-Locka Florida police officer, Sergio Perez, involved in the fatal chase.

At the time of the crash, Albertson Almase was in the United States Navy and his sister Kristina Almase was a registered nurse. Besides their surviving parents, Kristina Almase leaves behind a four year old daughter.

“Although we cannot bring Albertson and Kristina back, these lawsuits will provide some closure for the families,” according to the families’ attorney Edward R. Blumberg of Miami, Florida. “These lawsuits highlight the dangers to the public of high speed police chases on busy Miami-Dade County roadways.”

Media Contact:
Jessica Wade Pfeffer
Jessica Wade Inc.
Tel: +1 305.804.8424
jessica[at]jessicawadeinc.com.

News issued by: Deutsch and Blumberg

Deutsch and Blumberg

Original Image: https://www.send2press.com/mediaboom/send2press-newswire.jpg

# # #

Original Story ID: 2013-08-0802-002 (8868) :: Opa-Locka-Florida-Police-Officer-Sued-for-Multiple-Fatalities-from-High-Speed-Chase_2013-08-0802-002

Original Keywords: Deutsch and Blumberg, attorney Edward R. Blumberg, Opa-Locka Florida police officer, Sergio Perez, Albertson Almase and his sister Kristina Almase Deutsch and Blumberg Miami Florida MIAMI, Fla.

Alternate Headline: The families of Florida Police Chase victims Albertson and Kristina Almase file multiple count lawsuits in Miami-Dade County Court

NEWS ARCHIVE NOTE: this archival news content, issued by the news source via Send2Press Newswire, was originally located in the Send2Press® 2004-2015 2.0 news platform and has been permanently converted/moved (and redirected) into our 3.0 platform. Also note the story “reads” counter (bottom of page) does not include any data prior to Oct. 30, 2016. This press release was originally published/issued: Fri, 02 Aug 2013 16:31:26 +0000

Original Shortcode for Story: http://goo.gl/227V3B

News Source: Deutsch and Blumberg