Falling-mirror case

Law firm instructed to bring closure to toddler's family

Mr Richard Siaw, director of R.S. Solomon law firm, said the family were still grieving over the loss of the 18-month-old girl, who died after a free-standing mirror fell on top of her in Urban Revivo at Jewel Changi Airport.
Mr Richard Siaw, director of R.S. Solomon law firm, said the family were still grieving over the loss of the 18-month-old girl, who died after a free-standing mirror fell on top of her in Urban Revivo at Jewel Changi Airport.ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN

Firm says it has family's mandate to settle the matter out of court, start legal proceedings

The law firm representing the family of the toddler who died after a mirror fell on her in a fashion store at Jewel Changi Airport has been instructed to do whatever is necessary to bring "proper closure" to her death.

Mr Richard Siaw, director of R.S. Solomon, confirmed yesterday his firm is representing the family, who returned to China on Monday.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 29, 2019, with the headline 'Law firm instructed to bring closure to toddler's family'. Print Edition | Subscribe