The Washington Post Covers PMR Law Hot Tub Electrocution Lawsuit

PMR Law’s most recent case has gained national attention in newspapers and major news networks across the country, including the The Washington Post, which published an article titled, “Texan whose husband died by hot tub electrocution at Mexican beach resort files wrongful death suit.”

The Houston-based personal injury firm filed a lawsuit on behalf of the victim’s wife whose husband died after being electrocuted when he stepped into a hot tub at a resort in western Mexico.

“There was not a single staff member that did anything while Jorge was getting continuously shocked again and again underwater,” PMR’s managing partner Tej Paranjpe said.

The suit says that it took ten minutes until workers at the resort responded to the couple’s cries for help.

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