Bryan Stow: Family to Sue Dodgers over Vicious Attack at Dodgers Stadium
Bryan Stow's family planning to make Dodgers pay
The Dodgers could be paying dearly for the horrible beating that took place during the opening week of the season.
Bryan Stow is still a long way from recovery and may never get back to the way that he was. While wearing a Giants jersey at Dodger Stadium, the 42-year-old man was beaten nearly half to death.
Now, the Stow family is filing a lawsuit against the Dodgers for not having enough security in the stadium parking lot.
Normally I feel a little odd about lawsuits, but in the case of Bryan Stow it is more than just. It’s appropriate. The Dodgers made the fatal mistake of dragging their feet on increased security for their ballpark. Perhaps McCourts' financial troubles were to blame, but truthfully it’s neither here nor there. The Dodgers had a responsibility to do everything they can to protect the fans.
Sure, the Dodgers feel bad about the incident both from a professional and personal perspective, but for the Dodgers they must be held accountable. The safety of the players and the fans at the ballpark must be priority number one.
The Dodgers failed to do that.
They must pay the price.
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