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After N.F.L. Concussion Settlement, Feeding Frenzy of Lawyers and Lender

Some former NFL players are receiving pitches for legal help in receiving checks from the league’s legal sports history aimed at retirees who sued for lying about the dangers of concussions suffered by the players.

Ken Belson of The New York Times writes, “Some players may get very little, but others with severe neurological diseases may receive as much as $5 million. Now lawyers, lenders and would-be advisers are circling, pitching their services and trying to get a cut of the money.”

Some of the ex-players with severe neurological disorders are cognitively impaired and may not understand the terms used by the lawyers who make the pitches.

Read the NYT article.

 

 

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