NFL Concussion Settlement Payout Lawyer

Many people across the United States enjoy the excitement that football and other contact sports bring. Though it is common knowledge that professional football is a dangerous game, playing the game shouldn’t have to increase a player’s risk for dementia, depression, and suicide. The NFL researched the effects of repeated concussions, but found no evidence…

When it comes to personal injury claims, countless people who are injured in an accident are already dealing with a condition or injury to their body, more commonly referred to as a “pre-existing condition.” Examples of pre-existing medical conditions are head injury, back pain, neck pain, and other aches and pains. Can a pre-existing condition…

If you have been hurt or injured in Ohio due to the negligence of another party, the law allows you to sue that party for your damages. These damages include present and future medical expenses, lost wages, as well as pain and suffering. Of course, your right to sue does not last forever. A legal…

“Pain and suffering” is a term commonly heard and used—but not many people know this is a key factor in any personal injury lawsuit. When an injured individual wins a personal injury case, he or she may receive damages for pain and suffering. These damages are often a monetary amount awarded to the injured person…

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