Despite winning a nearly $18-million judgment against the Dodgers and two men who beat their son on opening day 2011, Bryan Stow's parents said the verdict Wednesday doesn't end the family's ordeal.
The nearly $18-million awarded to Giants fan Bryan Stow by a jury on Wednesday was "like a big weight" off the shoulders of his family, his mother said outside court.
A Los Angeles civil jury on Wednesday awarded about $18 million in damages to Bryan Stow, a San Francisco Giants fan who suffered permanent brain damage after a fight with two other fans at a Dodgers Stadium parking lot on Opening Day in 2011. The jury found the Dodgers partly responsible for the incident, meaning […]
The Dodgers must pay about $15 million to a fan who suffered brain damage in a 2011 attack on Opening Day, reports Reuters. Jurors found the team negligent in the beating suffered by Bryan Stow in a parking lot after the game. Two Dodgers fans attacked the Giants fan so...
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.
After jurors debated for nine days, the Los Angeles Dodgers were found negligent in a 2011 Opening Day beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow. Jonathan Lloyd of NBCBayArea.com reported news of the jurors' decision on Wednesday,...Show More Summary
A Los Angeles jury found the Dodgers 25 percent responsible for the permanent brain damage suffered by Giants fan Bryan Stow during a parking-lot assault in 2011. They'll owe him $4.5 million of the $18 million he was awarded for his injuries. Read more...
Stow was seriously injured after being attacked on Opening Day, 2011. More than three years ago, Bryan Stow was beaten and critically injured in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium, ostensibly for nothing more than rooting for the Giants. Show More Summary
Jury awards damages of $18 million but clears former owner Frank McCourt in attack that left Bryan Stow brain-damaged and disabled
A jury found in favor of Bryan Stow in the beating of the San Francisco Giants fan outside Dodgers Stadium in 2011. The jury awarded the permanently disabled man about $18 million for lost wages, pain and suffering and medical costs, past and present.
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 medical bills and other expenses.
A Los Angeles jury has reached a verdict in the trial over a lawsuit that claims the Dodgers and the team's former owner should be held liable for the devastating injuries to Giants fan Bryan Stow, who was attacked as he walked with friends in a stadium parking lot after an opening day game...
The jury tasked with deciding whether the Dodgers and former owner Frank McCourt were responsible for the brutal 2011 beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow told a judge Wednesday that they were deadlocked, but were ordered to continue deliberating.
Jurors tasked with determining whether the Dodgers and former owner Frank McCourt were responsible for San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow's brutal 2011 beating were ordered to resume deliberations Thursday after indicating they were deadlocked in the case.
A Los Angeles jury said Wednesday it was deadlocked over whether the Los Angeles Dodgers organization was responsible for the devastating injuries suffered by a Giants fan beaten during the 2011 home opener at Dodgers Stadium.
What happened to Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium on Opening Day in March 2011, leaving him with lifelong injuries, was either a crime of heated passion that was over in a matter of seconds or a preventable security lapse hours in the making.
What happened to Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium on opening day in March 2011, leaving him with devastating lifelong injuries, was either a crime of heated passion that was over in a matter of seconds, or a preventable security liability nearly three hours in the making.
After weeks of graphic testimony about the beating of a San Francisco Giants fan at Dodger Stadium, jurors in a civil lawsuit against the team finally heard directly from the perpetrators of the assault.
Bryan Stow returned to Los Angeles County Superior Court on Wednesday morning for what is expected to be the final day of testimony in his lawsuit against the Dodgers.
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.