Lawsuit filed in Cowboys practice field collapse
DALLAS (AP) — A Dallas Cowboys spokeswoman who says she was hurt when the team's practice facility collapsed during a 2009 storm has filed a lawsuit.
A Dallas Cowboys spokeswoman claims in a lawsuit that she suffered undisclosed injuries when the team's practice facility collapsed two years ago.
Jancy Briles, a member of the team's public relations staff and the daughter of Baylor football coach Art Briles, is suing companies involved in building or designing the steel and fabric structure. The lawsuit, filed April 29, contends that Briles should recover damages for suffering "serious, disabling and permanent injuries."
The defendants include Summit Structures LLC of Allentown, Pa., and its Canadian parent, Cover-All Building Systems Inc. Cover-All was dissolved after filing for bankruptcy in March 2010.
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