More details are coming out of the woodwork. Two men have been charged - one with a felony - but now there are rumors swirling that an attorney is calling into question the hotel's responsibility for the fight's occurrence and its subsequent reaction to its aftermath.
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Dino Privitera, the lawyer for the family of the man who passed, Vincent Sannuti, said they were not considering litigation at this time. He did, however, put out a press release that brought up concerns about the hotel's handling of the situation.
A news release from his office highlights several concerns the family has about how the situation was handled, including whether Sannuti received "prompt and adequate medical care" and whether the hotel had "grossly overserved and grossly undersecured an unruly and drunken crowd of guests" from the other wedding party. Privitera declined to go into detail about the allegations, except to say that there was "an inordinate amount of time" between when an ambulance was called for Sannuti and when one arrived. He also said that based on interviews with guests, there may have been a defibrillator at the hotel that was not working.
Sounds like the incident is far from finished for the hotel. We will be sure to keep a close eye on this one as it goes forward.
[Photos: CBS News (via YOUTUBE) and Hotel Chatter]