Three days since the horrific NASCAR Nationwide Series crash at Florida's Daytona International Speedway, three injured fans have reportedly retained Attorney Matt Morgan of Morgan & Morgan to represent them according to Morgan's twitter account on Feb. 26, 2013:
The three fans that were injured when pieces of Kyle Larson's No. 32 Clorox Bleach Chevrolet broke through the catch fence are believed to be pursuing damages for their injuries.
Morgan told ESPN on Tuesday that the individuals were working to, "pursue their claim for damages against the entities responsible for the injuries."
The entities are believed to encompass Daytona International Speedway, the company that designed the catch fence, NASCAR, Larson's car owner and others.
A Daytona International Speedway representative told reporters on Tuesday that there are no lawsuits pending against DIS at this time:
At this time, we have no knowledge that any lawsuits have been filed. As per company policy, we do not comment on pending litigation.
NASCAR are also said to be looking into the crash as well with Tom Gideon of the NASCAR's Concord, NC based Research and Development Center leading their in house investigation.
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