Ex-NFLers Fight Changes To Brain-Injury Claims Process

Law360, New York (November 14, 2017, 5:50 PM EST) -- Former NFL players urged a Pennsylvania federal court on Monday to overturn, in light of new evidence, a claims administrator's changes to how claims are processed under a settlement agreement for brain injuries in multidistrict litigation.

The 16 retired players who filed the motion said the court should reconsider its Nov. 2 decision that they can't interfere with the claims process in light of a Nov. 7 agreement between National Football League counsel and co-lead class counsel requiring raw neuropsychological test scores not called for in the original settlement, as well as other recent developments they say are “directly related to...

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