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Football Legend Paul Hornung, Now Suffering from Dementia, Files Suit Against Helmet Maker Riddell

Football Legend Paul Hornung, Now Suffering from Dementia, Files Suit Against Helmet Maker Riddell July 13, 2016. By The National Trial Lawyers.
NFL Hall of Famer and Heisman Trophy Winner Paul Hornung filed suit against helmet maker Riddell, claiming the plastic helmet he wore failed to protect his brain and that Riddell failed to warn him of the helmets’ risks.
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Brain Injury Lawsuit Targets the Obvious: Professional Wrestling

Brain Injury Lawsuit Targets the Obvious: Professional Wrestling January 22, 2015. By Gordon Gibb.
Portland, OR With two weeks and counting to the Super Bowl, and with the NFL concussion settlement on the plus side of $870 million still fresh in our minds, comes word of a brain injury lawsuit from a fairly obvious genre of professional sport.
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NCAA Faces $50 Million Brain Injury Lawsuit

NCAA Faces $50 Million Brain Injury Lawsuit November 18, 2014. By Heidi Turner.
Houston, TX The NCAA faces a $50 million brain injury lawsuit alleging the organization failed in its duty to protect football players from brain injury and brain trauma. The lawsuit was filed by Julius Whittier, a former offensive lineman and tight end for the Texas Longhorns. Whittier was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease in August 2012.
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Traumatic Brain Injury Affects Adolescent Brains

Traumatic Brain Injury Affects Adolescent Brains October 19, 2014. By Heidi Turner.
San Francisco, CA A new study suggests that suffering a brain injury at a young age can have a serious effect on children, including affecting their behavior. Traumatic brain injuries have been in the media lately due to their incidence in amateur and professional sport, and each year millions of people visit the emergency room for brain trauma.
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The Grid Iron Begins with a New Brain Injury Lawsuit

The Grid Iron Begins with a New Brain Injury Lawsuit September 25, 2014. By Gordon Gibb.
Los Angeles, CA As the professional and college and high school football seasons are in full swing for the fall, brain injury is again top of mind related to both the physical demands of the sport, together with the need to properly protect from concussions and to respond appropriately when one occurs. To that end, the widow of a former pro football player who took his own life last year has filed a brain injury lawsuit against a number of defendants.
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NCAA Settles Brain Injury Lawsuit

NCAA Settles Brain Injury Lawsuit August 17, 2014. By Heidi Turner.
Chicago, IL These days, it seems as though certain sports may be in the news more for brain injury lawsuits than for actual sporting events. The NCAA is the latest organization to announce a settlement of traumatic brain injury lawsuits, following the NFL.
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Magistrate’s Opinion Signals Hope, Direction for Brain Injury Plaintiffs

Magistrate’s Opinion Signals Hope, Direction for Brain Injury Plaintiffs July 1, 2014. By Gordon Gibb.
Pittsburgh, PA Reports of concussions and resulting brain injury have gained the most traction in the public conscience via professional sport inherent with the National Football League (NFL) and National Hockey League (NHL). To that point, many a brain injury lawsuit has galvanized public awareness over sports play that results in blows to the head. And lawsuits in both the NFL and NHL arenas assert that defendants could have done more to alert their players about the potential for injury, and help prevent such injury, but allegedly failed to do so.
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ER Traumatic Brain Injury Visits on the Rise

ER Traumatic Brain Injury Visits on the Rise June 5, 2014. By Heidi Turner.
Washington, DC A new study suggests that the number of emergency room visits for traumatic brain injury is on the rise. Part of the reason for this could be the increase in awareness about the risks associated with head injuries and in particular the risks associated with a brain injury. High-profile brain injury lawsuits, such as the lawsuit faced by the NFL, may bring even further attention to the situation, increasing awareness of the risks.
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During Playoffs, the Ongoing Battle Over Traumatic Brain Injury in the Courts

During Playoffs, the Ongoing Battle Over Traumatic Brain Injury in the Courts May 5, 2014. By Gordon Gibb.
New York, NY While hockey players and fans alike focus on the current rounds of playoffs that lead up to the iconic Stanley Cup Final later this spring, an issue that constantly simmers behind the drama of play is the potential for serious injuries related to the physical nature of the game. To that end, while the playoffs continue, and with fans caught up in the fever that is the road to Lord Stanley’s Cup, hovering just below the radar is yet another brain injury lawsuit alleging the National Hockey League (NHL) could have done more to prevent concussions, and the traumatic brain injury that often results.
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Brain Injury Lawsuit Stems from GM Ignition Switch Recall

Brain Injury Lawsuit Stems from GM Ignition Switch Recall April 7, 2014. By Gordon Gibb.
Adams, MN It was a wrongful death lawsuit that put automotive juggernaut General Motors (GM) on a long road of contrition littered with a growing collection of recalls. However, it is expected that a plethora of additional lawsuits will grow from the recalls. To that end, the recent blockbuster recall involving allegedly faulty ignition switches on certain GM vehicles has resulted in a brain injury lawsuit.
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