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The parents of the teenager, who suffered a traumatic brain injury after a hit, alleged defective polyurethane padding in the front of the helmet lost its shock-absorbing capacity. Suit also alleged the school district negligently allowed the teen to play with an earlier concussion. The helmet maker settled for $500,000, and the school district settled for about $4.38 million. Eveland v. City of San Marcos.
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