The judge presiding over the Dodgers' bankruptcy proceedings has asked Bryan Stow's attorneys and the Dodgers to settle their case without his involvement.
The Los Angeles Times first reported the story on Wednesday.
Stow's attorney's have previously estimated their client deserves at least 50 million in damages stemming from the 2011 Opening Day attack at Dodger stadium which left the 44-year old Giants fan with irreversible brain damage.
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Two suspects in the attack are in custody. Stow's lawyers originally filed a civil suit against the team, saying it was liable for Stow's injuries due to inadequate security outside Dodger Stadium; the Dodgers say security was at record levels the night of the attack.
Stow's lawyers subsequently submitted their case to the Dodgers' bankruptcy proceedings, saying the team was trying to avoid the civil case which would be considered by jury. The Dodgers have tried unsuccessfully to throw out Stow's claim in bankruptcy court.