Ex-Rams Cheerleader Blames Supervisor For Injuries On Trip
Law360 (April 13, 2018, 7:51 PM EDT) -- A former St. Louis Rams cheerleader on Thursday asked a Missouri federal court to greenlight a suit against a supervisor for injuries she sustained on an overseas tour, saying the supervisor had actively endangered her safety.
Emily Hawkins asked the court to reject a motion by supervisor Keeley Fimbres-Bledsoe to dismiss the claims against her on the grounds she was immune to suit under the Missouri Workers' Compensation Act, saying Fimbres-Bledsoe's failure to take steps to prevent or mitigate her injuries were actively negligent acts that fell under an exemption to the immunity.
Hawkins claimed she was injured while riding an off-road recreational...
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