Bryan Stow and his family have had their day in one court. They have another yet to come, but it won't be until May. That trial will determine whether and to what extent the Los Angeles Dodgers may be held liable for the permanent brain injury Stow now endures because of a beating he suffered after attending baseball game at Dodger stadium.
We suspect most of our readers are familiar with Stow's case. The former Santa Cruz paramedic was at the Dodgers' 2011 season opener with his favorite team, the San Francisco Giants. As he was walking through a stadium parking lot, he was attacked. The beating left him in a coma. When he eventually came out of it, he was brain damaged.
Today, the 45-year-old father of two is disabled. His family says he is unable to care for himself and takes 13 different medications every day to survive.