Tiger Woods sued over deadly crash

BETHPAGE NEW YORK- MAY 13 Tiger Woods of the United States looks on during a practice round prior to the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black

Tiger Woods being sued by parents of staffer at his restaurant who died while driving drunk

The parents of a drunken driver who died in a auto crash past year are suing Tiger Woods.

"We're all very sad that Nick passed away", Woods told the media. And we feel bad for him and his entire family.

A lawsuit filed Monday against Tiger Woods claims the golfer contributed to the death of an employee of his restaurant who was in a one-car crash in December.

It continued: "Tiger knew, or reasonably should have known, that Immesberger was habitually addicted to the use of any or all alcoholic beverages, and/or was a habitual drunkard".

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Woods's girlfriend, Erica Herman, has also been named in the suit. "They fueled his addiction with more alcohol instead of help". The 43-year-old will be seeking to earn a second straight major title following his win last month at the Masters, which was his first major victory since 2008.

Why are Woods and Herman named in the lawsuit?

He was allegedly permitted to drive home following three hours of drinking at The Woods after his shift at the restaurant concluded. He died in a single-car crash at about 6 p.m.

Immesberger later crashed his vehicle in Martin County on Southeast Federal Highway near Southeast Colonial Drive and died. The Corvette veered from an inside lane, crossing three lanes before it went airborne and overturned in a grass area. A police report says he was driving an estimated 70 miles per hour in a 55 miles per hour zone. Immesberger had attended Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and had another alcohol-related crash in November, the suit adds.

The newspaper reported that under state alcohol laws, Woods could be held liable as an owner of the restaurant even if he wasn't there, in injury or death cases involving a person with a known history of alcohol abuse who was over-served.

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The suit alleges that the employees and management at the restaurant promoted drinking by employees, and Kuvin said Herman created a culture for the bar that led to his death. The family is also saying that the restaurant destroyed the surveillance footage of Immesberger at the bar.

The wrongful death suit is asking for an unspecified amount of damages. "And when he needed them, they looked the other way", Immesberger's mother, Mary Belowsky, said.

"Nicholas was a wonderful son and he wasn't finished here". Immesberger was a bartender the at The Woods, which Herman runs, until he was killed in a auto accident in December 2018 after leaving the bar intoxicated and getting behind the wheel.

"So we have through our investigation uncovered evidence to show that the bar knew what happened, they knew about the crash that night and shortly thereafter that video evidence was destroyed and deleted off the servers they had there at The Woods".

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