HOUSTON — A Texas woman is suing Kawasaki, alleging negligence in causing injuries to her daughter.
Doris Denise Norris, individually and as next friend of M.N., an injured minor, filed a lawsuit Aug. 9 in the Houston Division of the Southern District of Texas against Kawasaki Motors Corp. USA, alleging negligence in designing the a defective off-road vehicle.
According to the complaint, on Aug. 12, 2014, in Conroe, the minor child was severely injured when the Kawasaki recreational off-road vehicle in which she was riding rolled over, entrapping her right arm and leg. The suit says Norris' daughter suffered physical pain and mental anguish, medical expenses, physical disfigurement and impairment.
The plaintiff alleges Kawasaki failed to provide adequate warnings and instructions about the off-road vehicle.
Doris Norris seeks trial by jury, all damages sustained by her minor daughter, plus taxable costs, pre- and post judgment interest and all relief to which she and her daughter are entitled. She is represented by attorney S. Scott West of The West Law Firm in Sugar Land.
Houston Division of the Southern District of Texas Case number 4:16-cv-02424