Woman alleges Glazier Foods employee caused rear-end collision

Kasey Schefflin-Emrich Jul. 30, 2015, 12:41pm


A Galveston County woman has cited a Houston-based foodservice distributor and one of its employees for injuries she sustained in a 2014 car crash.

Lynda Weber filed a lawsuit July 16 in Galveston County-County Court against Robert Moore IV and Glazier Foods, alleging negligence.

According to the filing, Weber was driving in the far right lane of the 2000 block of Interstate Highway 45 southbound on April 3, 2014, when Moore strike the rear left of Weber's vehicle as the result of making an unsafe lane change.

Moore is faulted with failing to maintain a proper lookout, driving at a unreasonable speed, failing to turn the vehicle to avoid collision and failing to apply brakes in a timely manner.

The suit states that given Moore was an employee of Glazier Foods and was acting within the scope of his employment at the time of this incident. Glazier Foods is faulted with negligence in the hiring, training and supervision of Moore.

Weber claims she has and will continue to suffer from physical pain, as well as medical care and expenses. She also has experienced loss of earnings.

Weber seeks damages in excess of $200,000, including attorney fees, court costs, and other relief deemed appropriate by the court. She is represented by attorney Neil G. Baron of the Law Office of Neil G. Baron in Dickinson.

Galveston County Court case number CV-0074702.

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