Civil Suit: Homicide Victim Gina Dominick’s Father Sues Thomas Young and Parents

Thomas Young, 22, and his parents Chester Young and Teresa Young were sued in civil court Monday by Gina Domnick’s father, Michael Dominick.

One count alleges that Gina Dominick died after being beaten by Thomas Young, who admitted that he struck Gina Dominick in the face. Gina Dominick had cuts and bruises on her face and lip, a hematoma (bruise lump) on her head, and cuts and bruises on her arms and legs.

Another count charges Thomas Young with negligence for failing to obtain medical treatment when she was incapacitated from a heroin overdose and from injuries suffered from being beaten.

A third count alleges that Chester Young and Teresa Young were aware that Gina Dominick’s life was in danger, but failed to summon medical care.

See also …
The Cardinal: Thomas Young, Left Gina Dominick’s Dead Body: Charged with Battery, Gets Probation

The Cardinal: Andrew Hall Pleads Guilty: Sentenced 4 Years in Prison for Delivery of Heroin that Killed Gina Dominick

The Cardinal: Mount Prospect Police Activity for a Standoff Near Elmhurst Road and Gregory

The Cardinal: Andrew Hall Bail Set At $500,000 for Drug-Induced Homicide Charge Related to Gina Dominick

The Cardinal: Andrew Hall: Second Man Charged in Heroin-Related Homicide of Gina Dominick

The Cardinal: Thomas Young Arrested for Concealing a Homicide Following Death of Gina Dominick

The Cardinal: Gina Dominick, Woman in Her 20’s, Found Dead Behind Prospect Heights Library

UPDATE APRIL 20 2012

State Farm not obligated to defend its insured in a civil suit for assault and battery and for claims of negligence.

STATE FARM FIRE AND CASUALTY COMPANY,
PLAINTIFF-APPELLEE,
v.
THOMAS YOUNG,
DEFENDANT-APPELLANT.

See also …
State Farm Fire and Casualty Company v. Thomas Young