Attorney David S. Rosenthal, False Allegations

September 1, 2011

Abdulkadir A. Dawi Lawsuit

On April 29, 2009, the following accident occurred in Chandler, Arizona.

Amina Hussein Farah was driving a minvan westbound on the Loop 202.  The minvan rolled over about 6:30 p.m. on after she apparently tried to exit onto Dobson Road.

Farah’s  minivan suddenly veered back onto the freeway, crossed into the median then rolled back into traffic, where it collided with another minivan.  Her son Ahmed Abdirahman  was ejected from the vehicle and died of injuries from the collision according to DPS.

Witnesses said they saw Farah’s minivan swerving on the freeway between Alma School and Dobson roads.

Ahmed’s sister, Faduma, was also injured in the accident.

Another sister, Faiza, suffered disabling injuries.

None of the five people inside the minivan driven by Ahmed’s mother, Amina Farah, 33, were wearing safety restraints, according to DPS.

DPS investigators determined that if the occupants in Farah’s minivan would have used safety restraints, it would have minimized or prevented the severity of injuries and prevented the fatal injury.  None of the occupants in the other minivan were injured because they all were wearing safety restraints, a DPS official said.

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Amina Farah, the minivan driver, refuses to accept responsibility for causing the accident. She blames others instead.

David S. Rosenthal, of Rosenthal Law Office,  has filed a civil lawsuit in Maricopa County Superior Court on behalf of  Ahmed’s father, Abdulkadir A. Dawi, against another driver who was peripherally involved in the accident through no fault of her own.

Abdulkadir Dawi was not traveling in Amina Farah’s minivan when the accident occurred.

Dawi (aka Abdirahman Dawi Abdulkadir) lives in Chandler, Arizona.

The case number is CV2011 051228.

The summons, which contains many lies, is given here.

It is a frivolous lawsuit. It is extortion.

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DOB:  Jan 1st, 1975

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Apparently, attorneys are under no legal obligation to verify whether their clients’ assertions are truthful.

Exodus 20
[16] Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour.