Jury Finds for Employee in Sumo-Suit Accident

Jury Finds for Employee in Sumo-Suit Accident
A Colorado jury has ordered the manufacturer of inflatable mock sumo wrestling suits and others to pay $2 million to a woman who suffered a brain injury during a corporate retreat. Katherine Giles sustained permanent brain damage when her head struck the edge of a one-size-fits-all helmet that came with the suit, her attorney said. The company that owned the equipment and the resort where the retreat was held were also found liable.  Rick Sallinger, Denver CBS 4 TV  05/14/2009
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