Lawsuit could provide Martin payday

Florida law could make Richie Incognito pay triple teammate's salary in damages

Updated: November 5, 2013, 11:33 PM ET
By Lester Munson | ESPN.com

If Jonathan Martin is looking to get back at his alleged bully, Richie Incognito, Martin could consider doing what most Americans do when they have suffered harm from the misconduct of another -- file a lawsuit. Fortunately for Martin and unfortunately for Incognito, the law of Florida has just what Martin needs as a basis for a formidable lawsuit.

A Florida law -- Evidencing Prejudice While Committing Offense -- provides the legal foundation for a civil lawsuit that would seek to assess ...

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