“…(plaintiff) required emergency surgery after he was stabbed in the chest…the lawsuit says (he) suffered severe and permanent injuries and “will be hindered and prevented from attending to his usual duties and affairs…the suit alleges that Olaska’s intoxication played a role in the stabbing. A restaurant employee was also injured in the fight…”
A man who was stabbed during a confrontation that cost a Naperville teacher his life has filed a lawsuit against the club where the clash happened. William Hayes III is suing Frankie’s Blue Room in Naperville and owner Riff Menza, claiming the bar over-served Daniel Olaska, who is awaiting trial on charges that he wounded Hayes and killed Shaun Wild in February 2012.
Authorities have said that Hayes had been teasing Olaska about drinking beer from a wine glass when Olsaka stabbed him with a folding knife he was carrying. Wild, a second-grade teacher at a Naperville school and a friend of Hayes’, was attempting to stop Olaska from leaving the bar when Olaska fatally stabbed him, according to police.
Hayes was a senior at nearby North Central College when the incident occurred. Wild was a 2010 graduate of the college. Both played for the school’s football team.