Bryan Stow family to sue the Dodgers

bryan-stow-kids.jpgThe beating victim's family will sue today in L.A. Superior Court, the Daily Journal says in a story. Attorney Thomas V. Girardi will "test the limits on the liability of the team and its owner" by arguing that the Dodgers "inappropriately exposed [Stow] to the criminal acts of third parties." It took Dodgers personnel "10 to 15 minutes to respond to the scene where Stow was injured," the lawsuit says. Stow is the Giants fan who was beaten by two men on opening day at Dodger Stadium. The DJ story, not online, is by reporter Ciaran McEvoy.

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