Bryan Stow Files Another Lawsuit Against Dodgers, Former Employer

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Bryan Stow is assisted by a caregiver as he leaves court on May 28. (Credit: Los Angeles Times)

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Months after San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow received an $18-million judgment over the brutal beating he received at Dodgers Stadium, he is suing the L.A. team again.

In his new lawsuit, filed Monday, Stow alleges that the Dodgers, his former employer and their insurance providers failed to provide enough medical coverage for him.

In July, a jury awarded Stow millions after weeks of testimony for damages stemming from the attack at Dodger Stadium.

Stow had attended opening day on March 31, 2011, when he was attacked by Louie Sanchez and Marvin Norwood. The pair was ultimately convicted of assaulting Stow, and were also ordered to pay a share of the $18-million judgment.

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