Déjà vu… Again!

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Adult Supervision Called In

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. In my years of involvement with retired players, I don’t recall ever seeing any cases … Continue reading

What’s Really Holding Up Your Concussion Settlement…

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And Now the Fun Begins…

Well, now that the final concussion lawsuit settlement offer got approved and crammed down the retired players’ throats without so much as a Discovery phase or a full open trial, things are actually going to get very interesting. While there … Continue reading

The REAL NFL: As Only a Widow Can Tell It

Another all-too-familiar story on the long-term impact of concussions. Over the years, we’ve chronicled so many stories of the damage not only to the players but on their families during and after their careers in football. And – as always … 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

Supreme Court Rules Against Challenges to NFL Concussion Settlement

As hopeful as some might have been for a ruling that would have allowed a challenge to the terms of the NFL’s final settlement offer in the ongoing concussion lawsuit, the US Supreme Court came down against any further challenges … Continue reading

New Petition Filed on NFL Concussion Settlement

Yesterday (Sept. 26th), a petition for a Writ of Certiorari was filed with the Supreme Court by attorneys Deepak Gupta, Richard Coffman, Mitchell Toups and Jason Webster on behalf of a group of players spearheaded by retired player Raymond Armstrong. … Continue reading