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Brian Stow Attends World Series

Last year, he went to see his beloved Giants take on the Dodgers for opening day at Dodger Stadium. The Giants lost that game and so did Brian Stow. His life changed forever when a group of thugs savagely beat him.

Although Stow, who was brutally beaten at Dodger Stadium last year, attended Game 2 of the World Series, his family said he wanted to watch in private and asked that there be no public ceremony.

English: View of Dodger Stadium over the home ...

English: View of Dodger Stadium over the home team bullpen (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Thursday night’s game between the Giants and the Tigers in San Francisco is believed to be the first baseball game Stow has attended since the 2011 opening day assault.

Stow, a former paramedic and a father of two, suffered serious head trauma when he was attacked in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium after the opening day game between the Dodgers and Giants in 2011.

Two suspects, Louie Sanchez and Marvin Norwood, have been ordered to stand trial after a six-day preliminary hearing that included dramatic testimony from witnesses. Among other things, the witnesses recalled the chilling moment when Stow’s skull hit the pavement, and there was a recording of Norwood admitting to his mother that he was “involved” in the beating.

Stow’s family said his recovery has been up and down. The most recent post on the family blog, dated October 9, said: “As always, there are good days and not so good days.”

“His memory is very unpredictable and we don’t know what he will remember and what he won’t,” the family said. “We imagine that this is something that will be a part of his recovery for a long time.”

If you or a loved one were the victim of a violent attack on private property, it is important that you contact a committed and dedicated personal injury lawyer to help you decide if you should file a lawsuit. A competent and reputable injury lawyer can help you receive the compensation you deserve for your pain and suffering.


Rowdy Hockey Fans Celebrate Kings Victory

It was a victory 45 years in the making. The Los Angeles Kings beat the New Jersey Devils 6-1 to win its first ever Stanley Cup in franchise history.

Founded by the late Jack Kent Cooke in 1967, the Kings always had top players on its roster – most notably, Wayne Gretzki – but never an NHL Championship. That all changed last night when captain Dustin Brown scored a goal and got two assists, and Jeff Carter and Trevor Lewis each scored a goal to best the devils in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final.

English: Staples Center in the daytime, as pho...

English: Staples Center in the daytime, as photographed around noon on July 11, 2004. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It was a proud night for the City of Angels as the Kings made good on a promise to bring another sports victory to Los Angeles – something the Lakers haven’t done since 2010 and the Dodgers since 1988.

(Granted, the Ducks won the Stanley Cup in 2007 and the Angels won the World Series in 2002, but the writer of this blog is not a fan of either of those teams. And because the Clippers have never won an NBA Championship in their team history, they don’t count.)

Basking in the glory of victory, a large group of Kings fans – some of them bandwagoners – gathered near the Staples Center and caused mayhem.

Several individuals were taken into custody near Figueroa and Olympic where a woman was hit in the face with a skateboard. At 11th and Figueroa, some of the revelers threw water bottles at Los Angeles police officers, but no one fired guns.

Police officers on foot and horseback pushed the crowds away from L.A. Live where fans set small fires in the plaza.

A group of the fans even tried to topple an MTA bus over. LAPD responded by firing non-lethal rounds, a substance that doesn’t appear to work on Laker fans, at the rowdy group. Once the rounds were fired, the crowds quickly dispersed. By late Monday night, most of the streets near the Staples Center had been cleared. It was, after all, a week night.

According to the LAPD, the Kings fans were rowdy but generally well-behaved, which is a stark contrast to Laker fans who are known to cause riots after the iconic NBA team wins, especially after they beat the Celtics or the Spurs.

No matter which Los Angeles team claims victory for the City of Angels, it is important to use caution when there are large crowds, especially in public areas. Sometimes violence breaks out when there are large crowds and people get hurt. If you or a loved one is injured by law enforcement or a trouble-maker in the crowd, you may want to contact a personal injury attorney to determine if you’re eligible to collect compensation. A properly trained injury lawyer can help you with all your legal matters and help you receive the compensation you deserve for your pain and suffering.