Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan who was savagely beaten by two Los Angeles Dodgers fans following an Opening Day game in 2011, has yet to receive any of the $18 million awarded to him – and is likely to receive far less, while his health insurer will get millions before Stow is paid.
Despite added security at many sports venues, including in the Bay Area, there are still plenty of cases of fan altercations, more than three years after the Bryan Stow attack.
Jury Awards Beaten Giants Fan Bryan Stow $18 Million; Dodgers Found Partially Responsible For 2011 Attack
A jury has found the Los Angeles Dodgers negligent in the beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow in 2011.
Jurors at the Bryan Stow civil trial against Frank McCourt, former owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, on Wednesday heard from a security guard who testified the team had inadequate security to handle a rowdy and drunken Opening Day crowd in 2011.
Two men who beat a San Francisco Giants fan outside Dodger Stadium, leaving him severely brain-damaged, have now been charged with federal crimes.
One of two men who pleaded guilty to the beating of a San Francisco Giants fan at Dodger Stadium will be held without bail on federal firearms charges.
According to a posting on Bryan Stow’s website, his insurance company has stopped paying for his rehabilitation in Bakersfield so now he’s been forced to come home even as his condition seems to be worsening.
Cal star Allen Crabbe announced he will forego his senior year to enter the NBA draft. “As an idealist, you don’t like it,” John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew.
A San Francisco Giants fan who suffered brain damage after being severely beaten at Dodger Stadium after a game in 2011 is back in the hospital after suffering a blood clot.
San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow, who’s suing former Dodgers owner Frank McCourt over a vicious beating at Dodger Stadium will have his day in court next year.