New Yorker wins 160.5 million euros in lawsuit against Las Vegas Casino and Nightclub
Date: 03-05-2017 | Posted in: News
David Moradi, an ex-hedge fund manager from New York started a lawsuit against the Las Vegas Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino. He claimed that he suffered a brain injury in the Marquee Nightclub, when a few security guards shoved him to the ground. With the diagnosis of a neurosurgeon this was proven. The former manager eventually won 160.5 million dollars in his lawsuit.
Permanent damage because of attack
Moradi claimed that he suffered permanent brain damage during the struggle at the nightclub and casino in Las Vegas. According to the defense attorneys a conflict arose when the general manager of the casino told Moradi that his signature wasn’t correct. When he refused to show his ID, they the security guards shoved him to the ground. According to Moradi, the security guards hit and smashed his head several times.
Moradi suffered a bruised eye, and sore arms, knees and neck. However, the defense attorneys claimed that wasn’t any permanent damage. A neurosurgeon told otherwise. Because of his brain injury, Moradi wasn’t able to work as manager in the past two years. Last Friday, an undisclosed settlement of 160.5 million dollars was made.