Don’t forget to check out my previous post that details three recent decisions by Judge Brody in the NFL Concussion Settlement. Yesterday I learned that one of the anonymous claimants denied was the family of legendary quarterback Ken Stabler, and updated the story accordingly. If you’ve already read the article, you can …
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⚖️Litigation Lane: NFL Concussion Settlement Chris Seeger files for quasi-judicial immunity for all administrative entities in #NFL #concussion settlement https://t.co/xjGcOBoxfx pic.twitter.com/iIvyg4MUvt — Sheilla Dingus (@SheillaDingus) May 22, 2017 He mislead and decieved brain damaged NFL retirees. No immunity from anyone. https://t.co/LgUYN2SUfa — tombaugh (@tombaugh) May 23, 2017 NFL …
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⚖Litigation Lane: NFL vs. Insurers NFL seeks to add bad faith claim against insurers over refusal to consent to concussion settlement: https://t.co/ybJAQM4LAh — Daniel Wallach (@WALLACHLEGAL) February 25, 2017 In view of the new filing, which was a letter from the insurers to the Court, I updated the article I wrote last week. …
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⚖Litigation Lane: NFL vs. Insurers Who’s going to foot the bill for #NFL #concussion settlement?
Here I detail the NFL’s controversy w/ its insurershttps://t.co/fxzmA4jPpt — Sheilla Dingus (@SheillaDingus) February 20, 2017 Lane Johnson vs. NFL & NFLPA My latest details how #Eagles Lane Johnson moves his case against
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The NFL’s insurers are not happy. Concussions are eventually going to cost someone a lot of money and it’s now a question of who’s going to be on the hook for the bill. NFL insurer, Alterra, first brought suit against the league in August 2012, as former individual players began suing for latent injury against the NFL in regard to the hidden and misrepresented danger of concussions. At first all the NFL’s insurers appeared to want was a bit of cooperation and an exchange of information, which seems reasonable if they’re expected to pay the claim. The NFL was not forthcoming, so the insurers pushed back.
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