The mom of John Bernecker, a stuntman on AMC’s “The Strolling Useless,” filed a wrongful dying swimsuit towards the community Tuesday.
Bernecker died from blunt drive trauma in July, two days after falling 22 toes from a balcony to a concrete flooring throughout rehearsal of a battle scene.
The 33-year-old stuntman was declared mind lifeless upon arrival on the hospital and died on July 14.
In her lawsuit, Susan Bernecker claims AMC “orchestrated and enforced a sample of filming and producing ‘The Strolling Useless’ cheaply and, in the end, unsafely.”
“As a consequence of stress from the AMC defendants and their emphasis on prioritizing revenue over security, Stalwart Movies allotted an unreasonably low funds for stunt performances,” Bernecker claims within the swimsuit.
Amongst her allegations are claims that the corporate failed to offer spotters to assist shield her son or use private protecting tools.
Bernecker additionally names Larry Teng, the episode’s director, Tom Luse, an government producer and manufacturing supervisor, Jeffrey January, the primary assistant director, Monty Simons, the episode’s stunt coordinator, and Matthew Goodwin, the present’s key second assistant director, within the swimsuit.
Representatives for AMC didn’t instantly return a request for remark.