Jason Luckasevic: Originator of the NFL concussion lawsuit

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NFL Concussions

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 NFL Consussions

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NFL Concussion Settlement Receives Approval

 Jim McMahon

 

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 Judge Anita Brody

 

 

Critics of the deal have said the league, with annual revenues approaching $10 billion, was getting off lightly. They could raise objections at a fairness hearing scheduled for Nov. 19, and ultimately opt out of the settlement.

 

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 Judge Anita B. Brody

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Coach Mike Ditka

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Marion Barber

 

 

Former Cowboys RB Marion Barber Detained; Latest Victim Of NFL Concussions?

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Concussions in the NFL

 

 

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 Disability Attorney John Hogan

 

 

Dear Dave,

I thought I would pass this along to you for posting, so that disabled players don’t get caught in a squeeze.  The Social Security Administration has started a massive review of individuals who are on disability benefits.  They are planning to do so on a scale that they have not approached in decades.  They are looking to cease the benefits of anyone who they feel is no longer disabled, either due to work activity; or, because they feel that their condition has improved to the point that they may be capable of returning to work.  “Younger individuals” – those under 50 years of age, will most likely those subject to possible cessation of benefits.  However, a person of any age (up to full Social Security retirement age) could be reviewed and ceased.

Monthly Social Security benefits and Medicaid and/or Medicare are vital for many thousands of Americans, and surely many retired NFL players.   In addition, if a retired player is also receiving NFL disability, that may be subject to review if their Social Security is ceased.  I am not sure how the Plan  will handle it, but in such cases they might send the player to an evaluation with one of the Plan’s “neutral” physicians.

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Kyle Turley played 109 career games in 10 years for the Saints, Rams and Chiefs from 1998 to 2007.

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