- Ohio Wrongful Death Blog | Toledo Wrongful Death Lawyers - http://www.ohiowrongfuldeathblog.com -
Family of woman murdered in hotel files suit | Wrongful death lawyers in Ohio
Posted By Anneke On February 25, 2010 @ 12:51 am In Murders & Other crimes | No Comments
According to the Jere Beasley report, a young woman from Florence, Alabama was murdered while on a business trip in Knoxville, Tennessee, during her stay at a local Days Inn Motel.
A motel employee allegedly strangled Jennifer Lee Hampton after sexually assaulting her. The employee used the hotel’s master key to enter Ms. Hampton’s room and a week later Jennifer’s body was found in a nearby lake.
The family of Jennifer Hampton filed suit against the motel in Knoxville. They are accusing the motel of negligence for allowing employees to have master keys to the guest rooms, as well as hiring illegal immigrants, and their failure to perform background checks. Following this incident, the Days Inn franchise changed their name to AmeriStay Hotel and Suites. Alongside the lawsuit against Days Inn franchise, the accused employee is also being charged with murder.
Our Toledo, Ohio wrongful death lawyers  handle cases involving death by murder on a regular basis. If you or someone you know has suffered the loss of a loved one due to tragic circumstances, contact our office today at 800.637.8170 for your free consultation and case evaluation, as well as a copy of The Ohio Wrongful Death Book .
Article printed from Ohio Wrongful Death Blog | Toledo Wrongful Death Lawyers: http://www.ohiowrongfuldeathblog.com
URL to article: http://www.ohiowrongfuldeathblog.com/family-of-woman-murdered-in-hotel-files-suit-wrongful-death-lawyers-in-ohio
URLs in this post:
 Toledo, Ohio wrongful death lawyers: http://www.charlesboyk-law.com/blog/wrongful-death-suit-filed-after-fire-kills-woman-ohio-wrongful-death-attorneys.cfm
 The Ohio Wrongful Death Book: http://www.charlesboyk-law.com/reports/the-ohio-wrongful-death-book.cfm
Copyright © 2008 ohiowrongfuldeathblog.com. All rights reserved.