After this past weekend’s major Super Bowl mishap, a class-action lawsuit has officially been filed against the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys.
According to Insurance Journal, the lawsuit accuses the Cowboys and team owner Jerry Jones of “deceiving hundreds of fans who bought Super Bowl tickets and had not seats, or who felt the seats were inadequate”.
The federal lawsuit, which was submitted on Tuesday, February 8th, alleges breach of contract, fraud and deceptive sales practices.
The suit was filed on behalf of the hundreds of fans whom were prevented from having seats at the biggest, most anticipated football match-up of the year.
The major backlash geared towards Cowboys Stadium is a result of ticket holders who were forced
to be seated in temporary bleachers, as well as some Cowboys season ticket holders who say they wound up on folding chairs with obstructed views.
Insurance Journal was unable to receive a comment or a return phone call from a Cowboys spokesperson.
All of us at Dagley Insurance are interested to hear what you have to say? What are your feelings toward this Super Bowl snafu? Did you know anyone who attended the game and was affected by the seating scenario? We’d love to hear your thoughts!