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Man claims Mancuso Powersports was negligent after his wife died in crash from tire blow out

Lawsuits

By Marian Johns | Feb 17, 2020

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HOUSTON – The estate of a woman who died following the blow out of a rear wheel tire on a Cam-Am Spyder filed a claim against Mancuso Powersports, which installed the tire. 

Kenneth Collins, individually and as the representative of the Estate of Anita Collins; Monique Collins; and Kennth Collins Jr. filed a complaint Feb. 10 in the Harris County District Court against County Line Powersports North Corp., doing business as Mancuso Powersports North, alleging negligence and wrongful death. 

Mancuso Powersports installed a new rear-wheel tire on Anita and Kenneth Collins' Cam-Am Spyder on May 15, 2019. While driving on I-10 westbound near Lafayette, La., on May 26, 2019, the plaintiffs allege the rear tire's tread became separated, causing the Cam-Am to roll. Kenneth Collins sustained injuries, and Anita Collins died from her injuries two days later. 

The plaintiffs seek monetary relief between $1 million and $50 million, trial by jury, interest and all other just relief. They are represented by David Harris and Louie Cook of Sico Hoelscher Harris LLP in Corpus Christie. 

Harris County District Court case No. 2020-09319

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