Despite the protection offered by helmets, football players can and do suffer head injuries out on the field. Most of the time, the injury suffered is a mild traumatic brain injury or concussion. But don’t let the word “mild” trick you into thinking that football head injuries are no big deal. In reality, football head injuries can be the cause of significant suffering and hardship for affected players and their families.
When these injuries are caused due to the negligence of coaches, trainers, football helmet manufacturers, schools, or football franchises, players and their families can and should seek compensation with help from a personal injury attorney.
Castillo & Associates is a respected and tenacious personal injury law firm that will not be intimidated by stiff opposition to your football head injury claim. Choose us because:
According to top neurologists, suffering one concussion makes an athlete up to four times more likely to have a second concussion. If this concussion is sustained before the player has fully recovered from the first injury, they may develop Second Impact Syndrome (SIS), which can cause massive swelling in the brain or even a loss of blood flow to the brain. Even if the player has recovered between injuries, sustaining multiple concussions can still cause long-term brain damage.
Players with multiple concussions or SIS may suffer:
Football head injury cases can be challenging due to the complexity of the medical evidence involved. Fortunately for you, Castillo & Associates is more than equal to the challenge. We know exactly how to go about documenting the full impact of your injuries on your life and proving that your injuries stem from the negligent conduct of one or more parties overseeing your football participation.
We will fight hard for you to receive full and fair compensation for your:
Call us at (800) 497-9774 now and request a free consultation. We will be happy to go over the facts of your case and advise you of your rights and options. You can also submit your case online 24/7 through our case submission form.