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If you have the kind of money that Saban has, you should just pay to settle it...why go through a trial???
This post was edited by wareagle28mg on 7/13/2012 at 11:56 AM
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Remember also that, though she wasn't charged at the time, it doesn't mean that she can't be in the future. The thing that surprises me was the amount of the suit... $10,000 will probably just cover the physical medical expenses, which Saban should had covered voluntarily. I know that if it had been my child, I would have made sure they were covered no matter what. It's called parental responsibility.
You have an issue if you take someone whom you know had a concussion and continually and repeatedly hit them upside the head until they bleed. It's not a small issue, either.
Doesn't Saban have a bit of an anger issue? This is classic learned behavior.
"Grimes is now suing for at least $10,000. (Key phrase is "at least $10,000 meaning it could be more...) Kristen Saban has filed papers saying she acted in self-defense and is not responsible for Grimes' injuries." Key phrase is "at least $10,000 meaning it could be more...
This would seem hard to prove since Kristen received NO INJURIES, but Sarah received extensive injuries.
Do you think N. Saban might try to pay off the witnesses rather than settle to save face?
This post was edited by missanna on 7/13/2012 at 11:16 PM
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