By Andrew Delaney
It's all fun and games until someone gets hurt. This case even has mom bustin’ up a fight.
Plaintiff was a partygoer who was injured during a Moose Lodge New Year’s Eve party when a fight broke out between two other partygoers. It gets a little confusing what with the “juniors” and “seniors” and so on, so let’s just call those players by their familial designations—mom, dad, and son.
Mom, dad, and son (an adult) were at the party. Dad was the governor of the Lodge—the highest position within the Lodge pecking order. Son had a reputation as a “hothead” and a “fighter,” and by all accounts he lived up to that reputation.