Riddell Helmet Led To Football Player's Brain Injury, Jury Told

Law360, Los Angeles (February 28, 2014, 7:40 PM EST) -- Riddell Inc. ignored information that could have made safer the helmet worn by a high school football player left partially paralyzed after a brain injury suffered during an on-field collision, the player's attorney told a California jury Friday in the player's $25 million product liability suit against the company.

As plaintiff Edward Acuna's trial kicked off in Los Angeles, Ron L.M. Goldman of Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman PC, representing Acuna, told a jury that when Riddell was manufacturing the Revolution model helmet worn by Acuna...
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