Justin Dill was 19 years old young man from Middletown. He died as a result of an accident at Six Flags Great Adventure in 2017. According to reports, he was a 2016 graduate of Middletown High School North and wanted to be an electrician. He was also graduated from the electrical program at Monmouth County Vocational school. He was working as an apprentice with the electrician union at Great Adventure. On the day of the accident, he was working on stringing lights along with other employees. Around 6:30 in the morning, he was hit by a lift truck. He was taken to Jersey Shore University Medical Center in a helicopter. However, the doctors failed to save his life, and he died the next day in the hospital.
According to the reports, Dill was a very kind and energetic young man. He was a member of Middletown Boy Scout and a member of St. Catherine’s youth group. He actively participated in co-curricular activities and enjoyed camping, fishing, and online gaming. He had greatly impacted the lives of people he had come across throughout his life. His friends, teachers, and other acquaintances had expressed great sorrow on his death and expressed their love and gratitude for Dill’s contribution throughout his life. In the condolence messages, Lindsay Rath, a teacher of Justin Dill, expressed sadness on the death of Dill. She expressed her condolence in these words “Justin was so smart, funny and unique, and I loved having him in my class at MHSN.” Similarly, the principal of Middletown North, his friends, and other people send messages of condolence for the family on the great loss.
The family members of Dill were very shocked to hear the death of their son. According to the family members, Dill was a very compassionate person, and he had a great love for animals. He also enjoyed helping people and was part of different social groups to bring positive changes in society. He was also a great fan of music and enjoyed metal music and concerts. His family had filed a lawsuit against the wrongful death of their beloved son. They claimed that the company that rented the work platform to six flags did not correctly train their employees, due to which they failed to operate the machines safely and resulted in the sudden demise of their son.
In the lawsuit, the family of Dill claimed damages for the loss of their beloved son due to the negligence of the company in training their employees to operate the machines. The parties to the suit decided to resolve their issue through an alternative dispute resolution instead of litigating the issue in the courts of law. Reports have indicated that the lawsuit had finally been resolved in mediation, and the company has agreed to pay 1.7 million dollars in settlement. The settlement amount will be paid to the parents of Dill for the wrongful of their son.
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