Hazing Death Lawsuit
Phoummarath Family Receives $4.2 Million Settlement
Personal Injury Fraternity Death Case Settles for $4.2 MillionThe family of Jack Phoummarath, the University of Texas freshman who died in a hazing binge drinking party on December 10, 2005, announce they have settled their lawsuit against the Defendants in this case for $4.2 Million. Phoummarath, an 18-year-old freshman went through the Lambda Phi Epsilon pledge process in the Fall of 2005, died from acute alcohol poisoning with a blood content level of .50.
The family is also working with the University of Texas to set up an $8,000 - $10,000 per year scholarship in Jack's name that will enable a student to attend the University while, at the same time, planning and promoting a hazing/binge drinking educational program on campus. The University of Texas has been cooperative in setting up this program to compliment other similar educational programs on campus. "We hope this scholarship will not only benefit the one student who receives it, but also touch many other lives through the hard work of that student," stated the Phoummaraths.
JUL-28-08: Personal Injury Fraternity Death Case Settles for $4.2 Million [PRWEB: U OF TEXAS FRESHMAN'S FAMILY RECEIVES $4.2 MILLION]
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