I should sue my high school I guess. In the championship junior football game I played way way back, I was running with the ball and got hit, fell to the ground on my outstretched hand, broke my scaphoid bone in my wrist as I discovered 6 months later when it still hurt and decided to get an x-ray and to this day I still have some discomfort there but it has healed as determined on x-ray. At half time during the game I told the head coach my wrist was hurting, he looked at it, twisted it a bit and said don’t worry about it. Nothing more was said or done. But do I want to sue the high school? Of course not.
Bottom line, it’s up to the individual to take their own health into their hands. We live in a society where we want to blame everybody else for our decisions. And the lawyers are telling us to blame others. :thdn:
Sure, sometimes there is a time for legal action but football is what it is, a violent sport. When you get your head banging agains’t other peoples bodies and the ground, you are rattling your brain around. Everyone knows that now and have always known it. It’s about as plain as night and day.