A stuntman for Broadway’s “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” is considering filing a negligence lawsuit against the show’s producers after he says he suffered a concussion, whiplash, and two holes in his knees due to unsafe aerial acrobatics.
He suffered whip lash, a concussion, and two herniated discs after he says a computer-controlled aerial acrobatics sent him flying into a wall on April 5th. He also claims that his acrobatics were not recalibrated for him after he filled in for another stuntman.
As a result, he says he made 70 hard landings during shows and rehearsals that created a 9-millimeter hole in his left knee and a 1.4-millimeter hole in his right knee.
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