If you have suffered serious harm from a football head injury, we will help you fight for compensation.
Even with a helmet on, football players can and do suffer head injuries on the field. One of the most common types of football head injuries is a concussion. A helmet can do little to protect against this kind of injury, since it is caused by the brain bouncing back and forth inside the skull as a result of a hit or other sudden impact.
Any kind of brain injury, including a concussion, has the potential to create lingering symptoms that may present a significant burden for players and their families. Fortunately, players can fight for compensation from the coaches, team organizations, helmet manufacturers, or any other party who may have caused or contributed to their injury through negligence.
The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker Is Here to Help
At The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker, we can guide you through every step required to resolve your football head injury claim as quickly and favorably as possible. You can trust our firm to provide excellent representation because:
- We win 95 percent of our cases
- We have over 39 years of experience
- We’ve helped over 100,000 clients and won over $2 billion dollars
- With over 150 attorneys, paralegals, and support staff, we have ample resources to dedicate to your case
- We are available to clients 7 days a week
- You don’t pay any legal fees unless we win your case
Never Underestimate the Impact of Football Head Injuries
Many players are inclined to view a first football head injury as a minor event, especially if they have only suffered a concussion. But according to top neurologists, athletes who have had one concussion are up to four times more likely to have a second concussion. Multiple concussions can cause long-term brain damage, especially if the player develops Second Impact Syndrome (SIS) from getting a second concussion before an existing brain injury has healed. Common symptoms include:
- Memory problems
- Learning problems
- Difficulty thinking or processing information
- Behavioral issues
- Changes in the hippocampus that may be linked to increased risk of future brain disease
We Will Fight For You to Receive Fair Compensation
When it comes to football head injury cases, there is often a mountain of highly technical medical evidence to dig through. Fortunately, our experienced attorneys understand this evidence, and we know how to prove the nature and extent of your suffering as well as how to prove who is liable. As your attorney, we can represent you in negotiations with the at-fault party as well as in courtroom litigation as the case may require. Either way, we will fight aggressively to ensure you receive the compensation you need and deserve to cover:
- Past and future medical costs
- Pain and suffering
- Lost income
- Lost earning capacity
Wondering If Your Football Head Injuries are Eligible for Compensation?
Sounds like you need a free consultation from one of our skilled football head injury attorneys. Just call us at 800-333-0000 or submit your case online to get started.