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Frank McCourt

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  • With Bryan Stow trial over, Dodgers should do the honorable thing

    With Bryan Stow trial over, Dodgers should do the honorable thing
    I’m relieved that Bryan Stow, the former paramedic and Giants fan who was savagely beaten nearly to death on opening day in a Dodger Stadium parking lot in 2011, was awarded nearly $18 million in damages by a civil court jury in Los Angeles on...
  • Judgment against Dodgers doesn't end ordeal, Bryan Stow's father says

    Judgment against Dodgers doesn't end ordeal, Bryan Stow's father says
    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. Stow, a former Santa Cruz paramedic and the father...
  • Dodgers, not McCourt, found liable in Bryan Stow beating case

    Dodgers, not McCourt, found liable in Bryan Stow beating case
    Bryan Stow may never fully comprehend the nearly $18 million awarded him Wednesday by a Los Angeles jury. Over the last six weeks, the brain-injured 45-year-old often forgot why his parents were absent from their Capitola, Calif., home and asked when...
  • Dodgers ordered to pay beaten fan $14 million: 'It's finally over'

    Dodgers ordered to pay beaten fan $14 million: 'It's finally over'
    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. "I couldn't believe it," Ann Stow said after the verdict was read in Judge Victor E....
  • L.A. Dodgers must pay $15 million to baseball fan beaten at stadium

    L.A. Dodgers must pay $15 million to baseball fan beaten at stadium
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A jury on Wednesday found the Los Angeles Dodgers negligent in a 2011 assault on a fan at their stadium that left him permanently disabled, ordering the team to pay some $15 million in civil damages but clearing the former club...
  • Jury finds Dodgers negligent in beating

    The Sports Xchange Jury finds Dodgers negligent in beating A jury ruled in favor of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow on Wednesday in a negligence suit filed against the Los Angeles Dodgers after he sustained permanent brain damage during an attack in...
  • Jury to continue deliberations in Bryan Stow suit against Dodgers

    Jury to continue deliberations in Bryan Stow suit against Dodgers
    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...
  • Jury begins deliberating in Bryan Stow civil trial

    Jury begins deliberating in Bryan Stow civil trial
    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. Lawyers for...
  • Jurors in Bryan Stow civil case hear little from attackers

    Jurors in Bryan Stow civil case hear little from attackers
    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. But they didn't hear very much. In video of a...
  • Bryan Stow's life expectancy a point of contention during civil trial

    Bryan Stow's life expectancy a point of contention during civil trial
    Injuries suffered during a beating outside Dodger Stadium have cut Bryan Stow’s life expectancy by 10 years, an expert witness retained by attorneys for the Los Angeles Dodgers estimated Monday. Stow's life expectancy is a central issue during the...
  • MLB found stadium security inadequate, former Dodgers executive says

    MLB found stadium security inadequate, former Dodgers executive says
    In the wake of Bryan Stow's beating, Major League Baseball sent a letter to the Los Angeles Dodgers that said security at its stadium was believed to be insufficient, a former Dodgers executive testified Friday. Peter Wilhelm was the chief financial...