October 12, 2018 07:48 AM
Later today, family and friends will come together to remember the husband and wife killed in a deadly limo crash in upstate New York.
Robert Dyson was born in Geneva and grew up in Seneca Falls. He and his wife Mary were inside the oversized limo when it crashed into a ravine in Schoharie on Saturday. 20 people were killed.
Calling hours for the couple are today from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. at saint Stanislaus church in Amsterdam, near Albany.
Their funerals are tomorrow at 1 p.m.
As the families of those victims plan their final goodbyes, legal insiders are looking ahead to their next battle, finding justice.
The operator of the limo company, Naumann Hussain, was arrested but is free on bail.
As he faces the criminal courts, many families may also decide to file civil lawsuits. If they do, it will be a long road ahead.
Attorneys will be looking at what financial impacts these deaths had on families, their pain and suffering and the suffering of the people who died. Attorneys say civil suits aren't always about the money; it's often another level of justice for families who are suffering.
Stay with News10NBC on-air and online for continued coverage on the aftermath of this deadly limo crash.
Created: October 12, 2018 07:48 AM
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