Death Case For Slipknot's Paul Gray Heading To Supreme Court

(TeamRock Radio) The Iowa Supreme Court will this week decide on the fate of a lawsuit filed against the doctor who treated late Slipknot bassist Paul Gray before he overdosed.

Dr Daniel Baldi of Des Moines has previously been found not guilty by a jury of causing the death of Gray and a number of other patients and a lawsuit filed by the musician's wife Brenna Gray was thrown out by a district judge because it was filed too late after the death.

Now Brenna Gray has taken her lawsuit further up the legal chain and the Supreme Court will explore the case on Tuesday (February 16). If the seven judges allow the lawsuit to proceed, it will change the rules on wrongful death suits. Read more details about the claims here.

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