Sheilla Dingus: The Lawyers’ Feeding Frenzy

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. We’re watching the REAL fight now that Judge Brody has declared the concussion lawsuit as … Continue reading

What’s Really Holding Up Your Concussion Settlement…

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Sports Illustrated: Gayle Sayers Battling Dementia

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. The family of Hall-of-Famer Gayle Sayers acknowledged that he has been diagnosed with advancing dementia. … Continue reading

Next Steps for NFL Concussion Settlement

Earlier this morning, Judge Anita Brody from US District Court in Philadelphia opened a status conference for retired players to update everyone on the next steps to apply and qualify for their potential settlements. In a first, the conference was … Continue reading

Official Faces of CTE Press Conference Launches Mon., Jan. 30th

Cyndy Feasel is preparing for a press conference scheduled this Monday, January 30th in Houston to announce a new organization called Faces of CTE. She will be joined by several other members who share similar experiences from the aftereffects of … Continue reading

What You NEED to Know about the NFL Concussion Settlement

EDITOR’S NOTE: Our guest post today is from attorney Dan Chamberlain with the law firm Cohen & Malad LLP from Indianapolis IN. Dan has also been Chairman of the Brain Injury Association of America since 2011. With the final lawsuit … Continue reading

The Harvard Football Players’ Health Study: A Critique by Brad Sohn

This was a guest post from Paul Anderson’s NFL Concussion Litigation Blog and is re-posted here with permission of Paul Anderson and Brad Sohn. I remember reaching out to Harvard a couple of years ago when they first announced this … Continue reading

Joe Nocera: The NFL’s Broken Concussion Settlement

Joe Nocera has been a New York Times Op-Ed and Business columnist for many years. Nocera has also written several books, mostly focused on business. In his Oct. 7th column, he analyzes the final NFL Concussion Settlement Offer that’s been … Continue reading

Jim Acho: For the Players Who Opted Out

Over the past months of confusion and ongoing drama with the NFL concussion lawsuit, many of you who had opted out of the lawsuit have reached out to me seeking opinions on what to do next. A while back, our … Continue reading

After the Game: The Willie Wood Story

Willie Wood has done it all in football: From Super Bowl I with the Green Bay Packers (1960 – 1971) in 1967 to the Hall of Fame in 1989 – and all as one of the first black players in … Continue reading

Busted Again! NFL Tried to Rig Concussion Study

Here we go again! Remember back in 2012 when the NFL so generously offered a no-strings-attached $30 million donation to the National Institute for Health (NIH) to fund its independent studies into football and concussions? But when it came to … Continue reading

Gale Sayers and Crew Fight Back

In some of our past posts, we’ve often pointed out the Heads-We-Win-Tails-You-Lose approach with all too many lawyers and lawsuits. And we pointed out that the plaintiffs’ attorneys for the NFL concussion lawsuits will be fighting over how to divide … Continue reading

Patrick Hruby: The Rejected NFL Concussion Settlement Appeal Leaves Former Players with CTE High and Dry

Patrick Hruby has been doing a great job in covering the NFL concussion lawsuit and the subsequent settlement offers and appeals since the litigation started. His latest post on VICE sports talks about some discussions he’s already had with some … Continue reading

Latest Volleys in Terry Scroggins Lawsuit

Things are getting very interesting in the most recent NFL CTE/concussion lawsuit. Last week, retired player Terry Scroggins had a lawsuit filed against the NFL by his attorney, Tim Howard, in US District Court Fort Lauderdale. Of course, it didn’t … Continue reading

New York Times Bitch-Slaps NFL

Ah yes! NFL lawyers. You gotta love ’em. No matter the outcome or the situation, they never lose. Even in an unwinnable situation, they’ll just keep throwing more crap at stuff regardless if it’s a disability case or a story … Continue reading