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Sport Spectator hit by puck during 2017 game files lawsuit against Devils

04:35  09 november  2019
04:35  09 november  2019 Source:   northjersey.com

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The lawsuit states that Higgins is looking for an unspecified amount of money and to have her legal fees covered. The protective netting in NHL rinks is only This may not be the only net-related lawsuit to hit the United Center this summer. A fan who was struck during a May 2 playoff game against the

A woman struck by a wayward puck at a New Jersey Devils game two years ago is seeking damages for injuries that left permanent scarring on her face, according to a lawsuit filed against the organization on Thursday.

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The suit accuses the Devils of negligence for failing to install adequate safety netting around their rink at Prudential Center in Newark, “causing and permitting a dangerous and hazardous condition to exist.”

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The suit was also filed against former Devils GM and president Lou Lamoriello, plus Dr. Marvin I. Ruderman, Dr. Barry Fisher and Dr. Len Jaffe. Peluso’s separate lawsuit against his former team is different from the full NHL suit , where the league was alleged to know the link between head injuries

Jennifer Chewning, of Rutherford, had a fifth-row seat at a Nov. 7, 2017 tilt against the St. Louis Blues, when she was suddenly struck by the “hard, vulcanized rubber disk, weighing nearly half pound,” according to the lawsuit.

The injuries left her with “permanent and disfigured scarring” despite treatment from multiple plastic surgeons, according to the suit. She claims to have lost sight in her eye for an extended period, and was forced to miss work while paying out of pocket for medical expenses.

The Devils organization did not respond for comment. Attorneys representing Chewning could not be reached.

The NHL took steps in the early 2000s to implement mandatory safety netting above the glass behind both ends of the rink in all arenas. The initiative was prompted by the death of a 13-year-old fan, who suffered a skull fracture from a flying puck while watching the Columbus Blue Jackets in March 2002.

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Chewning claims she won the ticket through a charity drive and was unfamiliar with NHL play. Her seat was shielded by plexiglass and nets, but still lacked “reasonable netting” along the sideboards that could have protected her, the suit states.

Regulation safety nets extend about 18 feet above the board glass behind each goal, according to the league’s website. But additional netting, according the suit, would have “no material impact on the play of the game, on spectator experience, or on the television viewing experience.”

Tom Nobile covers Superior Court in Bergen County for NorthJersey.com. For unlimited access to the most important news from criminal trials to local lawsuits and insightiful analysis, please subscribe or activate your digital account today.

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