Tiger Woods’ authorized group have moved to dismiss the wrongful dying lawsuit that was introduced towards him by the household of a person who died in a automobile accident after ingesting an excessive amount of at Woods’ Florida restaurant.
Nicholas Immesberger, a barman at The Woods Jupiter restaurant, died in a automobile accident in December final 12 months, and subsequent blood exams revealed he was greater than thrice over the authorized drink-drive restrict.
Immesberger’s household are suing Woods and his girlfriend, Erica Herman, who’s the final supervisor on the restaurant, for serving their worker with extreme quantities of alcohol after which permitting him to drive house.
Woods is alleged to have “individually participated in the serving of alcohol to Immesberger” regardless of not being within the restaurant on the time, and legal professionals insist he and Herman ought to have performed extra to forestall the accident as that they had information that Immesberger was an alcoholic.
Attorneys representing Immesberger’s household have additionally accused Woods of destroying video proof which allegedly confirmed the 24-year-old ingesting for round three hours previous to the deadly crash on December 10.
However Woods has responded with a movement to dismiss, which was filed on June 5, that claims neither he, his girlfriend, Erica Herman, nor any of the staff at The Woods Jupiter had been liable for the dying of Immesberger.
“If there was any negligence that caused or contributed to [Immesberger’s] alleged injuries, it was solely the result of negligence on the part of third parties who were not under the care, custody, control or supervision of [Woods],” the movement learn.