If you suffered a concussion during your time in the NFL, you may be entitled to compensation. Studies show links between repeated head trauma and the likelihood of developing long-term neurological and memory-related disorders among former NFL football players. We are here to help you stand up against those who are responsible for your injuries.
Between 2012 to 2015, there have been over 800 diagnosed concussions in the National Football League among players, including preseason and practice games. According to the NFL Injury Data from 2015, there were 261 concussions in 2012, 229 concussions in 2013, 206 concussions in 2014, and 271 concussions in 2015.
If you suffered a concussion during the NFL, you may have had the following symptoms during your diagnosis:
- Memory loss
- Loss of consciousness
- Vision change
- Hearing change
- Mood change
If you suffered a concussion during your time in the NFL, you may be entitled to substantial compensation: up to $5 million for the most serious injuries. You can participate in the NFL concussion settlement even if you are not suffering from memory loss or other concussion symptoms right now. Recovery may include past and future medical bills, lost wages, diminished quality of life, and pain and suffering. If you are the spouse of a victim, you may be able to recover damages due to loss of spousal consortium or, if your loved one died, compensation for the loss of her companionship.