Court rules that the parents, not the Staples Center operators, were responsible for the 2-year-old boy plunging from a luxury box in 2010 after a Lakers game.
A Superior Court judge has tossed out a wrongful-death suit filed by a family whose 2-year-old boy plunged from a luxury box at Staples Center, saying that the arena operator was not responsible for the toddler’s death.
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