Former college football players who suffered from concussions and brain-injuries have filed thousands of lawsuits alleging the NCAA failed to protect players from chronic neurocognitive diseases later in life.
Similar cases brought against the NFL and NHL have resulted in more than $1 billion in settlements; however, NCAA plaintiffs are seeking jury verdicts to obtain answers and a definitive ruling on whether playing a sport causes brain diseases later in life. A classic bellwether case may allow a jury to assess damages. One sample case, Rose v. NCAA, is currently in discovery.
Have You Been Treated for a Concussion During Your Time as an NCAA Player?
If you played football at an NCAA member school and have been treated for a concussion-related injury during your time as a player, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Please call us at (866) 649-8180 if you believe you may have a potential NCAA football concussion injury claim.