Plancher v. UCF Athletics Assoc.

VERDICT

Trial
06/15/11 – 06/30/11

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Summary

In this wrongful death litigation proceeding, plaintiffs Enock and Giselle Plancher alleged coaches, trainers of Central Florida Athletic Association and other defendants of being negligent in not recognizing the sickle-cell trait in their son football player Ereck Plancher, which contributed in his death during an offseason conditioning workout. Plaintiff’s counsels claimed that the autopsy report of Erick Plancher confirmed that the offseason workout had tickled Plancher’s sickle-cell trait, which attacked his organs and caused his body to shut down.

The plaintiffs were represented by attorneys C. Steven Yerrid, David Dickey, J.D. Powell and Jeff Murphy. The defendant in this case, University of Central Florida Athletics Association was represented by attorneys Daniel Shapiro, Sally Slaybaugh and Kevin Taylor.

Outcome

Damages sustained by Giselle Plancher: 5,000,000
Damages sustained by Enoche Plancher
Punitive Damages: No

Sessions

JUN
22
JUN
24
JUN
28
JUN
29
JUN
30

Recording Disclaimer: This proceeding was recorded in full.

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