New Issue of Concussion Litigation Reporter Is Out

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New Issue of Concussion Litigation Reporter Is Out

September 2016, Vol. 5, No. 3

Timely reporting on developments and legal strategies at the intersection of sports and concussions—articles that benefit practicing attorneys who may be pursuing a claim or defending a client.

Table of Contents


An Analysis of the Latest Concussion-Related Class-Action Lawsuit Against World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.

Allegedly Suffering from PCS, Former NFL Player Sues Lloyd of London Over Denial of Benefits

Kentucky Appeals Court Tightens the Reigns on Coaches and Their Responsibility Around Concussions

Parent of Cheerleader Sues Coach in Concussion Lawsuit

Proving Injury Causation: Biomechanical Engineers vs. Medical Doctors

Court Rules Concussion Claim Can Continue against Teacher, Who Was Ex-Football Player

Insurance Defense Background Fuels Attorney’s Success as The Lanier Law Firm’s National Mass Tort Leader and Concussion Litigator

For Young Football Players, Some Tackling Drills Can Pose Higher Risks of Injury Than Games

Medical Students Working on Smart Helmet that May Help Detect Concussions