Woman sues PA school for $100,000

by David Yates |
Aug. 14, 2007, 8:28am

Joan Eulian is suing a Port Arthur elementary/middle school for $100,000. She claims she was injured while on the school's premise.

Through Houston attorney Jesse Funchess, Eulian filed her personal injury lawsuit against Tekoa Charter School Inc. with the Jefferson County District Court on Aug. 10.

The plaintiff's petition does not state when or how Eulian's alleged injury occurred. The suit does not even state how she was injured.

The suit only says, "Defendant committed acts of omission and commission which collectively and severally constituted negligence, which negligence was a proximate cause of the injuries and bodily injuries suffered by plaintiff."

Eulian is suing for past and future mental anguish, physical pain and medical expenses, loss of earning capacity, plus recovery of pre and post-judgment interest.

"Plaintiff has suffered losses and damages in a sum of $100,000," the suit said.

Judge Milton Shuffield, 136th District Court, will preside over the case.

Case No. D179-804

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