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Martinez v. Bell Helicopter Textron

June 21, 2001

MARTHA CECILIA GARCIA MARTINEZ, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS NEXT FRIEND OF LUIS CAMILO GUTIERREZ GARCIA, A MINOR, AND ON BEHALF OF THE ESTATE OF LUIS GUTIERREZ CALDERON, DECEASED; LUZ MARY ALVIS ORJUELA DE MARTINEZ, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS NEXT FRIEND OF MARIA PAULA MARTINEZ ALVIS AND JUAN PABLO MARTINEZ ALVIS, MINORS AND ON BEHALF OF THE ESTATE OF ALBERTO MARTINEZ BRINEZ, DECEASED; RAUL EDUARDO MARTINEZ TORRES; TERESA BRINES DE MARTINEZ; MARTA LUCIA OCHOA DE MATALLANA, INDIVIDUALLY AND ON BEHALF OF THE ESTATE OF JOSE AUGUSTO MATALLANA RODRIGUEZ, DECEASED; MARIA STELLA MATALLANA OCHOA; MARIA ELENA MATALLANA OCHOA; ELENA VDA MATALLANA; GUILLERMINA VARGAS DE PINEDA, INDIVIDUALLY AND ON BEHALF OF THE ESTATE OF ANA MARCELA PINEDA VARGAS, DECEASED; ROSA LILIA TORRES DE OSPINA, INDIVIDUALLY AND ON BEHALF OF THE ESTATE OF RONALD IVAN OSPINA, DECEASED; CAROLINA GALVEZ DE YEPES, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS NEXT FRIEND OF ANDRES FELIPE GALVEZ, A MINOR CHILD AND ON BEHALF OF THE ESTATE OF ANDRES FELIPE YEPES, DECEASED; MARIA EVELYN QUINTANA DE YEPES; JORGE YEPES; LUZ DARY PERDOMO; JOSE OCHOA, INDIVIDUALLY AND ON BEHALF OF THE ESTATE OF JAIRO FARID OCHOA ORTIZ; AND LILIA ORTIZ DE OCHOA APPELLANTS
v.
BELL HELICOPTER TEXTRON, INC., A, DIVISION OF TEXTRON, INC.



Panel D: Cayce, C.J.; Day and Livingston, JJ.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Per Curiam

FROM THE 67TH DISTRICT COURT OF TARRANT COUNTY

OPINION

This lawsuit involves the wrongful death and survival actions brought by appellants resulting from a helicopter crash that occurred in Colombia. On October 4, 2000, the trial court ordered appellants' suit dismissed for forum non conveniens "pending the outcome of the resolution of this dispute in the Courts of the Republic of Colombia." In its order, the trial court specifically stated that it was maintaining "continuing jurisdiction over the parties so as to assist in the resolution of any discovery disputes that may arise between the parties and for which the ...


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