The CDC estimates that there are an average of 8.6 million sports-related injuries in the US every year. Most of those injuries are relatively minor ankle sprains, contusions, or lacerations that can be treated at quick-care clinics. But sometimes those injuries are far more significant, especially the injuries sustained by NCAA and professional athletes.
Broken bones, dislocated joints, and torn ligaments are par for the course for many athletes, particularly for those competing at the highest levels. The size and the speed of the competitors all but guarantee that an athlete will have a significant injury at some point in their career. Given that the average weight of an NFL player is nearly 246 pounds, it should come as no surprise that there were 109 MCL tears, 47 ACL tears, and 224 concussions in the NFL last season.
Athletes put their bodies on the line every time they walk onto the field of play, and many of them suffer serious long-term health problems as a result. Back problems, arthritis, joint issues—retired athletes face many challenges during retirement. As bad as those long-term injuries can be, they pale in comparison to the brain injuries that some athletes suffer.
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Concussions are one of the most debilitating types of injuries. They routinely knock athletes out of games, and it’s not uncommon for NCAA and professional athletes to retire from their respective sports if they have sustained multiple concussions. Studies of athletes from around the world reveal that those concussions can cause a degenerative brain disease known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), symptoms of which include aggression, anxiety, depression, impulse control deficiencies, memory loss, and dementia.
Some sports are worse than others for CTE-related injuries. Athletes who play football, ice hockey, soccer, and wrestling are especially prone to brain injuries, and many retired athletes struggle later in life because of the injuries that they sustained during their youth. For those athletes whose lives are destroyed by debilitating injuries, a lawsuit may be the only way to win restitution.
Sports bring so much joy to players and to fans alike, but they can also cause much suffering for retired players and their families. If you’re involved in a lawsuit against an amateur or a professional sports league, you may need financial support to litigate your case. That’s where Argental Legal Funding comes in to play.
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