Grandpa lost granddaughter out of the window on the cruise ship: Now put the parents filed suit against the company

Alan and Kimberly Wiegand will never get their daughter again. But they win the lawsuit they have brought against the owner of the cruise ship, where their da

Grandpa lost granddaughter out of the window on the cruise ship: Now put the parents filed suit against the company

Alan and Kimberly Wiegand will never get their daughter again.

But they win the lawsuit they have brought against the owner of the cruise ship, where their daughter lost their lives, they become millionaires.

Chloe Wiegand was only 18 months old, when her grandfather - Kimberleys father - lost the little girl out through a window on the cruise ship, where the family kept a holiday.

The little girl fell 45 metres directly in death down on the wharf in Puerto Rico.

the Tragedy has hit the family hard, and her grandfather - Salvatore Anello - has since been accused of manslaughter.

In november he stood forward at the television station CBS and told tearfully how he raised his daughter's daughter up on a railing, so she could better see out. He described how he failed to notice that the window was open and in a split second lost his grip on the girl.

"I thought there was glass," he told in the program This Morning, and added, with tears in her eyes:

"I can remember that I tried to find her on the floor, and when I saw her fall. I saw her fall. I saw her fall, and I just couldn't believe it," he said.

But even if the authorities appoint the hapless grandfather as the reason for the tragedy, look if you fail to succeed, parents differently.

They believe that it is krydstogtsselskabet, which is responsible for their daughter's death, and therefore they have now filed suit against the company Royal Caribbean, for gross neglect of safety on the ship.

According to parents, there should have been a warning in front of the window, which indicated that the window could be opened. And they actually don't think that as large glass windows ought to be opened by passengers without, that they were warned that it could be dangerous.

"Four simple words - 'Caution, the window can be opened' - and we would not talk about the case. A sticker with the Royal Caribbean logo, anything, and Chloe would still be with us," said the parents ' attorney, Michael Winkleman, of the Daily Mail.

the Newspaper has gained access to a number of unique pictures taken from the ship's 11. decks a few minutes after the tragedy.

On one of them one can see how a railing is approximately half a meter in front of the open window. Down on the quay can be seen a blue tent, where the body of the little girl is.

the Image is a part of the documentation in the claim against the krydstogtselskabet Royal Caribbean.

If parents are unsuccessful, can the grieving couple - according to the british newspaper claim the unlimited coverage for pain and mental health disorders.

Updated Date: 12 December 2019, 21:00

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