Settlement Reached In Lawsuit Over Injuries Suffered At OZZFEST

April 21, 2010 reports: Two Riverside County men settled their negligence and liability lawsuit in which they contended that poor security was to blame for injuries they suffered at the 2007 Ozzfest concert in Devore.

Michael McClelland and Stephen Holloway filed their lawsuit in January 2008 in Los Angeles Superior Court against Contemporary Services Corp. of Northridge, which provided security at the July 21, 2007, event. Also named as defendants were Live Nation Worldwide Inc., which promoted the concert, and Pavilion Partners Ltd., owners of Glen Helen Pavilion.

A court filing lodged April 15 with Judge Michael L. Stern regarding the settlement did not divulge the terms.

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