You seem to be ignoring the conservative ideology of Jurassic World. The character in question gets bashed about for an unusual amount of time because she rejects the maternal prerogative. The female executive also rejects her assigned role as maternal figure, at the beginning of the film, but, in the conservative trajectory of this film, she learns to embrace the neanderthal character played by Chris Pratt, and by the end of the film her character is transformed from cold executive to warm "motherly" type, as the film ends with a reification of the nuclear family.
Jurassic World is a terrible film, both in content and form. It undermines its critique of capitalist hubris with a barrage of in-film brand plugs (I couldn't remember much of the plot when it was over, but I felt like I needed a Starbucks coffee on my way to the Mercedes dealer (http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2015/06/12/jurassic-worl...). So, the "one death" that baffles the author above is perfectly in keeping with the overwhelmingly conservative message of the film: it's a celebration of neanderthal politics in the form of the nuclear family, women who "know their place," and rampant capitalism.