The Los Angeles Dodgers are partly liable for the injuries Giants fan Bryan Stow sustained in an attack at the Dodgers Stadium parking lot in 2011, a jury found Wednesday.
A Los Angeles jury today ruled that the Dodgers are partly liable for the devastating injuries to Giants fan Bryan Stow, who was attacked in a stadium parking lot after an opening day game in 2011, and must pay millions to cover his medical bills and other expenses.
Bryan Stow may have reached the peak of his physical progression, a doctor testified Tuesday in the civil trial that accuses the Los Angeles Dodgers of negligence in the former paramedic’s 2011 attack.
In the wake of Bryan Stow's beating, Major League Baseball sent a letter to the Los Angeles Dodgers that said security at its stadium was believed to be insufficient, a former Dodgers executive testified Friday.
The Dodgers had an impressive security plan in place the day Bryan Stow was beaten outside the stadium and there is no evidence the organization could have prevented the attack, a sports facility and event management consultant testified Thursday.
The jury in the Bryan Stow civil case toured Dodger Stadium Thursday morning, the Los Angeles Superior Court judge presiding over the case told the Los Angeles Times.
The doctor who oversaw lab tests on San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow the night of his attack at Dodger Stadium testified Wednesday that the beating victim’s blood-alcohol level could have been nearly twice the legal limit for driving.
A former Major League Baseball security expert testified Tuesday that opening day 2011 at Dodger Stadium boasted one of the largest security forces he had ever seen.