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Retired Pro Football Players Sue NFL Claiming Concussion Risk Cover Up
Posted on Jul 21, 2011In his latest post to our Virginia-based personal injury law firm's Norfolk Injuryboard blog site, John C. shares his thoughts on the lawsuit more than 70 retired professional football players filed against the NFL for allegedly withholding information on the short- and long-term health risks of concussions, which are also known as mild traumatic brain injuries. John notes that the former footballers may have a winnable case because laws and regulations in place to protect employees from work-related injuries and illnesses generally make employers responsible for warning employees about dangers companies should have known about. Read more about the NFL concussion case by clicking over to "Concussion Dangers Covered Up for Decades, Former NFL Players Claim in Lawsuit."