Monday, October 8, 2012
Update on case against Chicago White Sox pitcher on duty to help
About a month ago, I posted a note on a recently filed complaint against Chicago White Sox pitcher John Danks for failing to help a guest at his condo after an accident. See here. I argued then that, at least from the newspaper report, the allegations seemed weak since there was no indication that the plaintiff argued the court should not follow the general rule of "no duty to help." The Chicago Tribune has now published this short update on the case.