The Academy of Kobe Bryant, the fight against the compensation of the workers of the insurer give up

By Ivan Moreno (June 15, 2022, 4:07 p.m. EDT) — Kobe Bryant’s basketball academy and his insurer have asked the Ninth Circuit to dismiss their appeal to reopen a settled lawsuit over the 2020 helicopter crash who killed the basketball star and eight others who were seeking to recover workers’ compensation paid to a deceased academy employee.

Sports Academy, Sports Academy LLC and The Hartford on Tuesday filed a motion to voluntarily dismiss their appeal, telling the court that the parties involved will pay their own costs and fees.

Christina Mauser – who died in the crash along with Bryant, her daughter and six others – was an assistant coach at Sports…

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