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Stage diving at an Everclear Concert can cost you $1.2 million. 
Everclear were codefendants in a lawsuit with football players Drew Bledsoe and Max Lane. 

The lawsuit was filed by a women who was injured after the football players stage dived at a Everclear show at the Paradise in Boston in November of 1997. 

The bulky football players turned out to be too much for the women who had to undergo surgery after the incident to remove a couple of damaged discs from here neck. 

After the incident, both football players refused to take responsibility for the women's injuries but admitted to taking stage dives. The women filed a law suit soon after. The band, the football players as well as the venue were named as defendants. 

Late last week the Boston Globe reported that the suit had been settled for $1.2 million with the football players coming up with a million dollars and the band and venue kicking in $100,000 each. 

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