$70M fund created by NCAA to settle class action head injury lawsuits

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) recently created a $70 million fund to settle a head-injury class action lawsuit, KCCI News 8 reported on August 1.

According to reports, the fund will be used to check thousands of former and current sports players for brain damage related to head injuries. In the settlement, NCAA also agreed to the implementation of a policy that will instruct whether or not a player returns to the game after sustaining a head injury. The settlement does not set aside money for those suffering from brain trauma; brain trauma victims can file a separate lawsuit against the NCAA.

It is often the case that those who suffer brain injuries can no longer secure jobs due to the debilitating effects of the injury. If you have experienced this in Iowa, the lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C., may help you get the remunerations you need for continued treatment from negligent parties. Discuss your situation with us today by calling 877-327-2600, and learn about your legal options.

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