On December 21, 2011, Pope, McGlamry, Kilpatrick, Morrison & Norwood, P.C. filed suit on behalf of four former players in Federal Court in Atlanta, Georgia against the NFL, accusing the league of misleading them regarding the long term effects of concussions. The four players, Jamal Lewis, Dorsey Levens, Fulton Kuykendall, and Ryan Stewart, each suffer memory loss, headaches, and sleeplessness as a result of multiple and repeated brain injuries during their playing days. It is anticipated that more suits will be filed in the near future.
CNN interview with our client, Ryan Stewart, and lawyers Michael L. McGlamry and Gino Brogdon:
CBS Atlanta’s report on the lawsuit:
CNN interview with former player Coy Wire supporting the Pope McGlamry lawsuit against the NFL:
You can read several other news reports concerning these suits at the links below:
Pope, McGlamry, Kilpatrick, Morrison & Norwood, P.C. is currently investigating concussion injury cases on behalf of former professional football players and athletes, as well as those who may have suffered from a concussion caused by other forms of trauma such as an automobile accident, trucking accident or a slip and fall. If you or someone you love has been injured by a sports-related concussion, you may be entitled to compensation.