A wrestling camp lawsuit blames a teenager's brain injuries on improper supervision. Parents with teens participating in summer sports camps may want to take note.
Zach Varghese suffered severe head injuries when another wrestler dropped him on his head at a camp run by Chattanooga Wrestling Camps LLC in June 2012. The lawsuit, filed by Zach's father last month, seeks $600,000 in damages, according to the Chattanooga Times Free Press.
The incident serves as a warning for parents when enrolling their children in summer sports camps and other activities. In case of an injury or accident, is recovery possible? Also, what types of defenses could the sports camp assert?