November Issue of Concussion Litigation Reporter Is Live

November 2016, Vol. 5, No. 5

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

A New Lawsuit Seeking NFL Neurocognitive Disability Benefits Highlights the Adverse Impact of Subconcussive Hits Regularly Experienced by Linemen

Researchers: The Impact of Subconcussive Hits Is Realgi_108508_figure-1

Judge Awards More Than $1 Million in Damages in Concussion Case Involving Softball Player

School District and Parents of Concussed Student Athlete Settle Concussion Lawsuit

Law Reviving Professional MMA in New York Requires Additional Insurance Protection for Traumatic Brain Injuries

Insurance Company Reports Concussion Diagnoses Are Spiking

Federal Judge Won’t Overturn Workers’ Compensation Decision Involving Concussed Player

Former College Lacrosse Player Sues Coach Over Concussion

The Final Plea, By “Friends of the Court”

U.S. Soccer Chief Medical Officer Dr. George Chiampas Discusses Recognize to Recover Program

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