Opposition to Motion to Dismiss Filed in Riddell Defective Helmet Suit
July 18, 2019
Plaintiff in a case pending in Texas alleging defects in a Riddell football helmet caused brain damage in a high school suicide victim has argued that the suit does not violate the statute of limitations. Defendant argued that the complaint was filed over a month late, but the plaintiff claims that the statute of limitations was tolled in connection with a class action filed in Illinois. There are currently several lawsuits alleging that Riddell’s football helmets did not protect players against trauma to the head.
You can read the Law360 article here.
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