Parents of Dodgers Stadium Beating Victim File Suit Again

The parents of a San Francisco Giants fan who won a nearly $18 million verdict over injuries he sustained after being beaten in the Los Angeles Dodgers parking lot has sued the team again, claiming its insurance company secretly purchased a lien on their son’s medical expenses and now wants an inflated share in the jury award.

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  • Parents of Dodgers Stadium Beating Victim File Suit Again

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    The parents of a San Francisco Giants fan who won a nearly $18 million verdict over injuries he sustained after being beaten in the Los Angeles Dodgers parking lot has sued the team again, claiming its insurance company secretly purchased a lien on their son’s medical expenses and now wants an inflated share in the jury award.

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