JUPITER, Fla. and MIAMI, May 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- On Saturday night, April 30, 2016, authorities said 33-year-old Heidi Solis-Perez lost control of her minivan when the tire separated, resulting in a crash that killed four of her children and two other adults in one of the worst vehicle accidents ever on I-95 in Jupiter history.
According to news reports Sgt. Mark Wysocky stated Solis-Perez's 2001 Mercury Villager veered into a concrete barrier and then bounced into the path of an SUV. The Law Offices of Chavez and De Leon, P.A. of Miami has been retained by the families of German Reynaldo Ramírez Díaz and Andrés Perez Jiménez, who both died as a result of what appears to be a defective tire detreading.
"We are committed to bring justice to the families of these hardworking, good men and fully investigate all aspects of this accident, and take action and all appropriate steps against the tire manufacturer of the apparently defective tire," said John de Leon of the Law Offices of Chavez and De Leon, P.A. in Miami which has experience in the sorts of cases and has called for the preservation of all evidence in this case.
John de Leon, Chavez and de Leon P.A.
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