Stanford Football Injuries
Did you suffer serious injuries or repeated concussions and brain damage while playing football at Stanford?
College football is played all across America. It is one of the most popular of all sports. NCAA claims football contributes to a student’s overall learning experience. Unfortunately, it is also the leading cause of serious injuries. Concussions and other injuries suffered while playing football remain a serious problem, especially in the later years as the former player turns 40, 50, 60 and older. During these later years the former football player may discover he has debilitating brain damage or serious orthopedic injuries that limit his ability to enjoy life or require major surgery.
New medical research indicates repeated concussions may cause incurable brain damage, dementia, or Alzheimer's in later years. Other football injuries can result in back surgery, damaged knees, hips, shoulders, and other disabilities.
NCAA football carries a risk for injury, impairment, and even death. Injuries happen often in football because of the high speeds and full contact in both games and practice sessions.
If you feel you may be suffering from brain damage or other serious orthopedic injuries to your back, knees, shoulders, or hips as a result of playing football when you went to college, call us at 1-800-GET-LEGAL (1-800-438-5342) today.
You may be entitled to money for medical care, wage loss, pain and suffering, and other damages.
Call or email us today. We are fighting to set up a fund to help former football players that are injured. There is no fee unless we win your case.