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On November 1st, Reggie Bush became the latest victim of the St. Louis Rams’ stadium when he suffered and injuring on their cement surface.
The bad part about his injury at the Rams’ stadium is that he wasn’t the first player to get hurt on that cement surface.

The week before that, The Cleveland Browns’ Quarter back, Josh McCowen was injured on that same cement surface and suffered a shoulder injury.
The accident happened during when 49ers played against the St. Rams in the first quarter, Bush was pushed out of bounds and he tried to stop himself, but slipped and lost his footing.
The diagnoses was immediate, Bush suffered from a torn MCL and required surgery and with that injury, his season ended.
After Bush suffered his season-ending injury, he announced that he has hired attorney, Shawn Holley to handle his case to sue against the city.
Now, according to LaCanfora, the law suit is likely going to be gross negligence given the danger of a slippery cement  that’s right off the playing field.

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