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A broken window leads to lawsuit between families

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By Marian Johns | Nov 18, 2019

Delaware County Court of Common Pleas

MEDIA – A Delaware mother whose minor daughter was allegedly injured by shattered glass from a broken window while playing at a friend's Wayne house is suing the girl who allegedly broke the window and her parents.

Dynah Mosely, by her parent, Tammi McCormick filed a complaint Oct. 31 in the Court of Common Pleas of Delaware County against Charles Stuard III, Kristen Stuard, Sailor Stuard and John Doe, alleging negligence. 

The suit states on Jan. 29, 2018, Dynah Mosely was at the home of the Stuards when their minor daughter, Sailor, banged on a glass window causing it to break and shatter onto Mosely. Dynah Mosely suffered injuries to her forehead, scarring and severe shock, according to the suit. 

"(D)efendants knew or should have known that defendants' minor child would engage in the aforementioned behavior," the plaintiffs allege in their suit.

The plaintiffs allege the defendants were negligent in failing to inspect and maintain the window and failed to provide adequate monitoring and supervision of Sailor Stuard.

The plaintiffs seek monetary relief in a sum in excess of arbitration limits and other just relief. They are represented by Jeffrey Rosenbaum of The Rosenbaum and Associates Law Firm PC in Philadelphia. 

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