Tag: LMRA

The NFL’s Preemption Trap and How Concussion Settlement Opt-Outs Plan to Avoid It

Junior Seau

December 9, 2017
Sheilla Dingus As concussion settlement class members struggle to overcome delays and denials in the much heralded and massively disappointing NFL Concussion Settlement, opt-out claims are quietly moving forward. By 2012 hundreds of brain injury cases were filed against the NFL, and in some instances helmet maker Riddell, …

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Lawsuit Asserts That NFL Marketing Led to Adrian Robinson’s Death

Joe Camel

Adrian Robinson Jr. wore the NFL uniform for two years but his parents don’t blame those years for their son’s untimely suicide death, but rather the cumulative effects of twenty years of football that resulted in a posthumous diagnosis of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE).

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