Lawsuit: Bus business in Texas State trainee’s dragging death lied to insurance coverage

SAN MARCOS, Texas (KXAN)– The company insuring a bus that dragged and eliminated a 20-year-old Texas State University student in 2016 claims the bus business lied several times to both gain and keep the insurance.The. claim was

submitted last Friday and includes the Manufacturers Alliance Insurance Business(MAICO )against bus company B&B Transportation.According to the 26-page suit, B&B Transport denied that it operates celebration buses when using&for insurance. It declares that the business even misled an inspector to examine another bus,” because it knew that flags would be raised if the 2277 bus with’Horizon Party Bus’signs was inspected for B&B, “reads the lawsuit.According to the documents, bus 2277 is the bus Jordin Taylor’s body was found under on Oct. 30, 2016 at Cool River Cattle Ranch

, located at 601 Dupuy Cattle Ranch Road– about five miles southeast of downtown San Marcos.In the application for insurance B&B likewise supposedly rejected having any ownership interest in any other public transportation business. Nevertheless, the lawsuit mentions B&B s manager Brandon Burleson owns and runs a minimum of two other public transport companies– Horizon Celebration Bus and San Marcos Tours.”Having an ownership in more than on public transport business increases the capacity for liability in several ways. It increases the capacity for a car to be placed on the wrong transport business’s car schedule,”checks out the lawsuit.MAICO claims several times it would not have issued a car policy to B&B had it known everything about Burleson’s company. Burleson referred remark to his lawyer, who has yet to respond.In April 2017, the trainee’s daddy, Freddie Taylor, filed a lawsuit declaring wrongful death and gross neglect versus a variety of university-affiliated fraternities and sororities, in addition to B&B Transportation.”We’re not expected to lose our children before we go, our kids are expected to endure us,”stated the Taylor family attorney Jim Ross.Ross states his detectives will be examining the home where the crash occurred later on this week and states deposition will start at some point this month. “Insurance coverage or not, we’re still looking for some kind of treatment for the damage they triggered this family and the death of Jordin Taylor,” said Ross.”We don’t have the capability to lock anybody up, we do not have the capability to put them in jail, we don’t have the capability to get other type of

damages from them. So our only treatment today to hold them accountable is financial damages.”Texas State suspended 4 fraternities due to conduct involving alcohol at the celebration where Taylor passed away. Texas State University president suspends all Greek activity following promise’s death