The Associated Press reported "Child dies after 50-foot fall at Lakers game" that a two or three year-old child fell from a third tier luxury box at the Staples Center minutes after a Los Angeles Lakers - Golden State Warriors game on November 22, 2010.
Somehow the child was able to scale a clear safety barrier and fell onto arena seats below, hitting his head. He died soon after at the hospital.
Within an hour after the game, arena security officials could be seen examining and taking photos of a suite on the highest level on the west side of the building.
Who was responsible for what happened?
Where were the child's parents? Did they lose track of their baby?
What are the safety specifications that apply to arena architecture and design of seats and luxury boxes? Were they followed at the Staples Center? Was the safety barrier properly located and installed?
How would a two or three year-old escape the safety requirements and measures taken?
Any prospective Plaintiff should be conducting their investigation... as mentioned above, the potential Defendants were already at work documenting their side of this tragedy.