April 9 was the first anniversary of Dwayne Haskins’ death.
Haskins was walking along the highway when he was struck by a vehicle, succumbing to his injuries.
In memory of Haskins, many fans around the NFL expressed condolences to his family on this day of remembrance.
According to Ian Rapoport, a lawsuit has been filed in view of this situation just a year after the accident.
A year after Haskins’ death, Dwayne Haskins’ attorney has filed a lawsuit – based on previously unseen evidence. Release via Rick Elsley of Elsley Law Firm: pic.twitter.com/1F4c13qu6L
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 10, 2023
The Elsley Law Firm is the primary driver of this lawsuit, which is working to uncover the full truth about Haskins’ accident.
When this news was released, many fans gave their opinions on the lawsuit with mixed reactions.
I hope there is justice for Dwayne 🙏🏻🙏🏻 https://t.co/jfaMkdR89a
— Cade (@SlawSux) April 10, 2023
Many fans have expressed their passion for justice during this time, and are hoping that the Haskins family can walk away from this situation.
Rip Dwayne Haskins🕊️🙏🏼 The truth will prevail❤️ https://t.co/CHAFFQcGvT
– Dwayne Haskins Berner🕊️🙏🏼 (@legoathaskins) April 10, 2023
As expressed by this fan, they are searching for the truth about this situation, which is now surrounded by more controversy.
However, not every fan feels the same way.
The sentiment from many fans is to let go of the situation, as there are no measures that can truly atone for Haskins’ death.
Blackmail and conspiracy. Let DH rest in peace. This is a circus. https://t.co/Wgt0wQKxHn
— Official Ohio State DG (@DylanEveryday) April 10, 2023
The next several weeks will reveal what happens as this trial progresses.
As preliminary filings indicate, Haskins’ wife and family continue to seek justice for his death and are looking to get all the closure they can get.
These details are so sad https://t.co/5RZggJF73O
— 💗 (@SheAintJanae) April 10, 2023
Many fans are saddened by the situation and are also looking for closure at an event that is close to home.
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