Doucette awarded $1.3 million

City, insurers settle lawsuit from 2010 preseason football injury at Nashua High School North

Courtesy photo Cooper Doucette and Hollis resident Ray Keefe, who has run a number of fundraisers and other events for Doucette, were photographed at a Silver Knights game last year in Nashua. The terms of the settlement of Doucette's suit against the city and Nashua School District were made public Thursday.

NASHUA – The city and its insurance carriers have agreed to pay Cooper Doucette, the Nashua High School North football player paralyzed in a 2010 practice, $2,000 per month for the rest of his life as part of a $1.3 million settlement of his

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