Oregon Legislature Passes Concussion Measure

Brain Injury lawyer Bob Fuerst remains concerned about the possible ramifications of concussions being suffered by high school athletes.  In games such as soccer, where players often use their heads to hit the ball in a certain direction, or football, where the potential for head injury is more obvious, players and parents should take all available precautions to avoid these types of injuries.  In addition, coaches and staff should have proper training on how to recognize concussions when they occur.  Some states recognize this, and are making significant strides towards protecting players.  Oregon is one such example, and the legislature has passed a bill directly aimed at that goal.  To read more, click on the following link: 




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