NFL players can be injured or have their career end with one hit. When this happens, what rights do they have? Are their contracts and wages covered and if so, for how long? How about short and long-term medical benefits?

If you’re playing for the Miami Dolphins and injured in a game against Rams in Los Angeles, can you bring a work comp claim in California or, are you required to bring your case in Florida?

Who decides your care and treatment? What if you disagree with the opinion of the work comp doctor? Can a team owner override a doctor’s recommendation or opinion?

What about brain injury (CTE) cases. Are these covered under existing NFL work comp plans?

A related question I’ll ask Bernard revolves around college athletes. Are they covered by work comp? If not, should they be?

On Monday’s show, Alabama work comp attorney, Bernard Nomberg, will be sharing answers to these questions, and answering all of your live questions live around this topic. Can’t make the live show but have a question? No problem, private message me and I’ll ask Bernard for you!

Join us live on November 30th at 11 am PST (2 pm ET) and bring your questions! The live video show is Human.Social and you can enjoy and share the show on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn and right here at the blog.

If you have questions or would like to learn more about Bernard Nomberg, connect with him on all the social platforms and right here at his firm.

See you at show time. Between now and then, make today your masterpiece!


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Author: Mitch Jackson

I'm a California trial lawyer trying to fix the world one client, cause, and digital interaction at a time.

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