The widow of an Illinois man who drowned in 2012 after being attacked by a swan filed a wrongful dying lawsuit on Tuesday.
Anthony Hensley, 37, was attacked by a swan whereas kayaking in a retention pond on the Bay Colony condominium complicated in Maine Township, Illinois in April 2012.
Hensley was reportedly attacked by a swan and sooner or later fell into the water. Hensley – who was sporting boots and heavy clothes – drowned earlier than he might make it to land.
His demise was dominated an accident.
Hensley’s widow area a wrongful demise lawsuit Tuesday in Prepare dinner County Circuit Courtroom towards the property administration corporations that owned and operated Bay Colony, the Chicago Tribune reported.
Hensley’s widow is in search of at the very least $50,000 in damages.
The Tribune stated it reached out to the businesses named within the go well with, however didn’t hear again.
His widow’s lawsuit said that the businesses’ and the householders/condominium associations’ negligence prompted her husband’s dying.
The lawsuit contended that the businesses “ought to have recognized the swans are strongly territorial with a harmful propensity to assault,” and that they need to be held answerable for “knowingly holding harmful…