The lawsuit alleges gross negligence by the facility grid operator and the electrical energy supplier, saying it led to the loss of life of 11-year-old Christian Pavon.
The boy died Tuesday after spending the evening in his frigid cell house that misplaced energy.
The lawsuit says Christian died of hypothermia, and the household is asking for greater than $100 million in damages.
Medical experts haven’t but launched his reason for loss of life.
Entergy launched the next assertion on the lawsuit:
“We’re deeply saddened by the lack of life in our neighborhood. We’re unable to remark attributable to pending litigation.”
ERCOT additionally launched an announcement:
“We have not but reviewed the lawsuits and can reply accordingly as soon as we do. Our ideas are with all Texans who “have and are” struggling attributable to this previous week. Nonetheless, as a result of roughly 46% of privately-owned technology tripped offline this previous Monday morning, we’re assured that our grid operators made the suitable option to keep away from a statewide blackout.”