Call Now: (312) 726-1021En Español
  • Home
  • Blog
  • Catastrophic Injury
  • Boy Receives $14.5M Settlement Arising Out of Traumatic Injuries Sustained in Little League Baseball Game

Boy Receives $14.5M Settlement Arising Out of Traumatic Injuries Sustained in Little League Baseball Game

Posted in Catastrophic Injury on Tuesday, September 09, 2014

A New Jersey boy, now 18, received a $14.5M settlement arising out of injuries and brain damage sustained during a little league baseball game in 2006. While pitching, Steven Domalewski, was struck in the chest by a line drive hit off of a metal bat. The ball struck him in the chest with such force and at the precise moment between heartbeats, that it caused a cardiac arrest. Although a spectator performed CPR, by the time paramedics arrived and started him on an oxygen mask, he had been without oxygen for between 15 and 20 minutes. The Domalewski family sued the bat manufacturer, Little League Baseball and a sporting goods chain.

For more information, see here

award-aba
award-du
award-global
award-isba
award-itla
Learn YOUR RIGHTS, call now!
NO FEE until we collect
We offer FREE PARKING

We are conveniently located in downtown Chicago, just blocks from the courthouse.

FREE parking is available and public transportation is a short distance away.

Get a Free Consultation





CARY J. WINTROUB & ASSOCIATES

10 S LaSalle St #2424
Chicago, IL 60603
Phone: (312) 726-1021
Fax: (312) 726-4009
MAP & DIRECTIONS