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Suit Claims Softball Player Broke Leg On Faulty Base


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4/10/2009
Brent Adams
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A woman and her daughter have filed a personal injury suit after the daughter allegedly broke her leg as she was sliding into second base during a softball game.

According to the suit filed against Rogers USA and Barboursville Little League Baseball Inc. on March 10 in West Virginia’s Kanawha Circuit Court by Pamela M. Hodge and her minor daughter, Mary Alexis Hodge, Rogers manufactures and sells a “break away base” that had been installed on the softball field by the little league group.

The suit says that Mary Alexis Hodge was playing softball in May 2006 when she slid into second base, which didn’t give way, causing her to suffer a broken leg.

The plaintiffs seek compensatory and punitive damages.



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