Ex- NHL players file legal action claiming league hasn' t adequately protected players from concussion


Washington, Nov twenty six (ANI): Ten former United states professional ice hockey gamers have reportedly alleged in a class-action lawsuit that the Nationwide Hockey League (NHL) have not taken enough steps to safeguard players from concussions.

The lawsuit seeks damages to be determined with trial and the players can also be seeking court-approved medical overseeing for their brain trauma and injuries, which they blame on their NHL careers.

According to The Huffington Post, the former ice hockey players have also claimed that the NHL deliberately concealed the risks of brain injuries faced by gamers, exposing them to unnecessary problems.

The suit comes just three months after the league agreed to pay 765 million dollars to settle lawsuits from thousands of former gamers who developed dementia or other concussion-related health problems, the report added. (ANI)


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Washington, Nov 26 (ANI): Ten former American professional ice hockey players have reportedly alleged in a class-action lawsuit the National Hockey League (NHL) has not taken enough procedure for protect players from concussions.

The legal action seeks damages to be identified at trial and the gamers are also seeking court-approved healthcare monitoring for their brain trauma and/or injuries, which they blame on their NHL careers.

According to The Huffington Submit, the former ice hockey gamers have also claimed that the NHL deliberately concealed the risks associated with brain injuries faced simply by players, exposing them to needless dangers.

The particular suit comes just 3 months after the league agreed to pay out 765 million dollars to settle lawsuits from thousands of former players who developed dementia or other concussion-related health problems, the report added. (ANI)