PLST201Casebrief2Saunders.docx - David S Saunders PLST-201 Case Summary#2 Hackbart v Cincinnati Bengals Inc 601F.2d 516 PARTIES Dale Hackbar

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David S. Saunders PLST-201 Case Summary #2 Hackbart v. Cincinnati Bengals, Inc., 601F.2d 516 PARTIES: Dale Hackbar, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Cincinnati Bengals, Inc., and Charles “Booby” Clark, Defendants-Appellees. PROCEDURAL HISTORY: The plaintiff, Dale Hackbart, brought a suit against the defendants, the Cincinnati Bengals Inc., and Charles “Booby” Clark. The suit was filed in the United States District Court for the District of Colorado for a neck fracture that was sustained by the plaintiff from an alleged intentional tort during an NFL football games between the Denver Broncos and the Cincinnati Bengals. The trial court ruled in favor of the defendant, and the case was appealed by the plaintiff appealed the decision to the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. STATEMENT OF FACTS: During a televised NFL game between the Denver Broncos and the Cincinnati Bengals in the year of 1973, Dale Hackbart was hit in the back of the head by Charles “Booby” Clark. The defendant was a running back for the Cincinnati Bengals, and the plaintiff was a corner back for the Denver Broncos. Both teams play in the National
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