Jury Returned $5M Verdict for Teen Brain Injury Caused by Bubble Soccer Accident

A school event took a damaging turn when Salvador Reyes, an 18-year-old high school senior, crashed into another student during a bubble soccer game. Reyes’s school Campbell High School hired Game Truck Georgia, LLC, to oversee the event. Game Truck provided the “bubble suits” that extended above students’ heads and below their waists. Reyes suffered a fractured skull which left him with brain damage when he rushed another student. Reyes’s attorneys argued Game Truck never cautioned Reyes on safety protocol or provided written guidelines for the game. The jury returned a verdict in Reyes’s favor for $5 million. Find out more about the case here.