School district to pay $100,000 over 'drunk goggles' injury
April 6, 2017
KAYSVILLE, Utah (AP) — A Utah school district agreed to pay $100,000 to the family of a teenage girl who was injured while wearing goggles to simulate drunkenness in a 2014 health class experiment.
The Davis School District will put more than $61,000 into a trust account for Kylie Nielsen to settle a personal-injury lawsuit, The Standard-Examiner reported Wednesday (http://bit.ly/2nXXMCQ ). She can get access to that money when she turns 18.
The district also agreed to pay $13,000 for medical expenses and nearly $26,000 for legal fees. The settlement was reached about two months ago, acco...