NFL Player Disability & Survivor Benefit Plan Class Action Lawsuit

NFL Player Disability & Survivor Benefit Plan Class Action Lawsuit

The National Football League (NFL) systematically denied disabled retired players benefits they are entitled to under the NFL Player Disability & Survivor Benefit Plan and the Neurocognitive Benefit Plan (the Plan). Former NFL players who were arbitrarily denied disability benefits under the Plan for injuries they developed through their NFL career may be eligible for compensation.

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Our Role

Seeger Weiss is leading legal efforts to hold the NFL accountable for wrongfully denying benefits to retired players, having filed the first class action lawsuit regarding NFL’s disability program practices. Our firm has a proven track record of successfully taking on the NFL on behalf of players harmed by the League’s misconduct. Notably, Seeger Weiss founding partner Chris Seeger continues to serve as lead counsel in the NFL Players’ Concussion Injury Litigation, which to date has paid out more than $1 billion to former players suffering from neurocognitive injuries.