The family of hospitalized San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow has filed a lawsuit against a Los Angeles baseball team and its affiliates, as stated in a suit filed today Los Angeles Superior Court.
The suit–against the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team, owner Frank McCourt and others–is on behalf of Bryan Stow and his two minor children, Tyler and Tabitha Stow, according to the suit prepared by the family’s Los Angeles attorney Thomas Girardi.
The Stow family suit claims damages for various counts including negligence, negligent infliction of emotional distress, and assault and battery after a March 31 attack in the Dodger’s parking lot after a Dodgers-Giants game.
Other complaints of damage include loss of future services, earnings and protections for Stow’s two children, according to the suit.
Included in the suit is a mention of a donation from former San Francisco Giants baseball player Barry Bonds.
The suit follows Sunday’s arrest of Los Angeles suspect Giovanni Ramirez, 31. Ramirez was taken into custody from the 800 block of Mariposa Avenue in East Hollywood, according to police.
Ramirez was booked on $1 million bail and faces charges of assault with a deadly weapon, police said.
Sasha Lekach, Bay City News