Provided below is a listing of law and medical references for further information on multiple concussion injury.


Excessiveness or adequacy of damages awarded for injuries to head or brain, 50 A.L.R.5th 1


Sufficiency of evidence to prove future medical expenses as result of injury to head or brain, 89 A.L.R.3d 87


Malpractice: diagnosis and treatment of brain injuries, diseases, or conditions, 29 A.L.R.2d 501


Traumatic Brain Injuries, 72 Proof of Facts 3d 363


Personality Change Due to Closed Head Trauma, 34 Am. Jur. Proof of Facts 3d 1


Litigating Sports Injury Cases, 114 Am. Jur. Trials 269


Traumatic Brain Injuries, 90 Am. Jur. Trials 1


Cause of Action for Failure to Warn of Defective Athletic Equipment, 49 Causes of Action 2d 809


Lesley Lueke, High School Athletes and Concussions, 32 J. Legal Med. 483 (October-December, 2011)


Michelle L. Modery, Injury Time-Out: Justifying Workers' Compensation Awards To Retired Athletes With Concussion-Caused Dementia, 84 Temp. L. Rev. 247 (Fall 2011)


Kristina M. Gerardi, Tackles That Rattle The Brain, 18 Sports Law. J. 181 (Spring 2011)


Joseph M. Hanna, Daniel Kain, NFL's Shaky Concussion Policy Exposes The League To Potential Liability Headaches, 28-FALL Ent. & Sports Law. 9 (Fall 2010)


Marie-France Wilson, Young Athletes At Risk: Preventing And Managing Consequences Of Sports Concussions In Young Athletes And The Related Legal Issues, 21 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 241 (Fall 2010)


Erika A. Diehl, What's All The Headache?: Reform Needed To Cope With The Effects Of Concussions In Football, 23 J.L. & Health 83 (2010)


Daniel J. Kain, “It's Just a Concussion:” The National Football League's Denial of a Causal Link Between Multiple Concussions and Later-Life Cognitive Decline, 40 Rutgers L.J. 697, 725 n.164 (2009)


Attorneys Medical Advisor § 36:60 Concussion—Cumulative effects of multiple concussions