A Girl Hit by Foul Ball Update
Houston Astros player Albert Almora Jr. was fined for hitting a 2-year-old girl with a foul ball during a game on Sunday. The family’s attorney thanked the fans and Astros for their support. The 2-year-old also suffered a seizure, but is recovering at home. The Associated Press reported that the family is grateful to the Astros and fans for their support.
A Chicago Cubs outfielder is facing lawsuits after a girl was hit in the head by a foul ball during a game. The two-year-old girl suffered a skull fracture, a subdural bleed, brain swelling and seizures after the foul ball struck her. Doctors have not determined if the girl will suffer any long-term cognitive deficits as a result of the foul ball. The girl’s parents remain vigilant, despite the fact that doctors do not believe the child will ever fully recover.
Todd Frazier is part of a lawsuit filed against the team by the parents of the girl who was hit by a foul ball in the stands last August. The baseball team has not publicly revealed the settlement amount. The Associated Press reports that the girl is expected to be in the hospital for several weeks. The young girl’s injuries led the team to halt the game, while the family and other team members attended to her.
The Houston Astros recently settled with the parents of the girl who was hit by a foul ball during a game against the Chicago Cubs. However, Mithoff did not disclose the amount of the settlement, which is still in negotiations. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Alexandra Colchado and Jonathan Scott. The girl is now four years old. Despite the settlement, she will continue to need anti-seizure medication for the rest of her life.
The Astros have agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by the parents of a little girl after a foul ball hit her during a game last year. The little girl suffered a brain injury and a fractured skull, as well as seizures. She was treated with anti-seizure medication after the foul ball incident and is now seizure-free. A recent update on her condition is difficult to come by, but the girl is expected to be fine.
The family of the 2-year-old girl has settled the lawsuit with the Astros, but it will remain confidential. A court must first approve any settlement for a child, and the Astros must have the court’s permission before they will agree to the settlement. The lawsuit was filed in Harris County, and plaintiffs described themselves as “natural parents” and “next-door friends.” The court will appoint a guardian ad litem and will make a recommendation.
The Astros also extended protective netting in the outfield. While it does not cover the entire stadium, it does extend 150 feet from dugout to dugout. This is in response to calls for netting. After the girl was hit by a foul ball last year, the Astros expanded the netting in the outfield and added protective nets from foul pole to foul pole.
Albert Almora Jr.
Known as “Almora,” Albert Almora is an American professional baseball player. He currently plays for the New York Mets of Major League Baseball. Before joining the Mets, he played for the Chicago Cubs. He won the silver medal in baseball at the 2016 Pan American Games. He and his wife, Krystal, met at a basketball game in Philadelphia. The couple married in July 2016.
After his rookie season, Almora was expected to get one or two starts in center field, competing with Jon Jay and Ian Happ for the job. In 132 games, he scored 39 runs and drove in 46. His OPS+ was a hundred, and he went 2 for 6 in the Cubs’ Division Series. In the NLCS, he went 3 for 16 with a double. He was also in the running to win the MVP award.
Albert Almora Jr.’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million. A majority of his net worth has been earned through his baseball career. In 2012, he signed a major-league contract worth $4 million. In addition to that, he received several awards and titles in 2011. In 2013, he was drafted by the Chicago Cubs, and played for their AZL Cubs. He later went on to play for the Boise Hawks in the Minor Leagues until 2015.
A 2-year-old girl who was struck by a foul ball on the playground is receiving medical treatment for her injuries. The child has suffered a fractured skull, brain contusions, seizures, and subdural bleeding. Her family has hired a personal injury attorney, Richard Mithoff. This case is unique because the girl’s injuries are so severe that it is difficult to estimate her future. It is important to understand that the verdict and settlement amounts are not necessarily typical of other similar cases.
While the Astros have agreed to a confidential settlement with the family of the little girl, the lawsuit filed by her parents is still in progress. The court has to approve a settlement for a minor. Since the girl is not a grown up yet, a settlement would not be immediately available. The Astros declined to comment on the case. However, the family is claiming negligence and is asking for a settlement that would allow the girl to receive the medical treatment she needs.
A settlement has been reached between the Astros and the parents of a 2-year-old girl who was struck by a foul ball while watching a baseball game at Minute Maid Park. The parents of the girl, Alexandra Colchado, and her father, Jonathan David Scott, have hired an attorney to review the girl’s medical needs. The attorney will present her findings to the judge within two or three weeks.
Treatment for central nervous system injury
A 2-year-old girl is receiving anti-seizure medication for a central nervous system injury sustained during a foul ball to the head during a Houston Astros game. The child could potentially face seizures for life. Attorney Richard Mithoff told the Houston Chronicle that the child may need lifelong anti-seizure medication. He said that the girl may need lifelong anti-seizure medication if she does not undergo surgery to treat the brain injury.
Lawsuits against Houston Astros
In the fall of 2017, a 2-year-old girl was struck in the head by a foul ball at a Houston Astros game. After the incident, the girl was transferred to a hospital, where she remained for several days. Her parents, Jonathan David Scott and Alexandra Colchado, sued the team, claiming negligence and unspecified damages. The settlement reached was undisclosed, so the family did not immediately release the terms of the settlement.
The child’s injuries were extensive. The doctor who treated her were serious. She had a broken facial bone, subdural bleeding, a brain contusion, and an edema. She still has trouble seeing in her right eye. The family consulted an attorney to pursue the lawsuit, and Mithoff represented the family. The hospital’s medical report details the extent of the child’s injuries, which included a skull fracture and multiple contusions of the brain.
The family of a 2-year-old girl hit by a foul ball at a Houston Astros game have filed a lawsuit against the team for negligence. The child sustained a skull fracture, seizures, and subdural bleeding, and doctors have described her injury as equal to a stroke. The girl’s injuries have forced the league to extend the foul ball netting to a wider distance.