Retired NFL Player / Attorney Glenn Cameron:
What is the NFL Concussion Settlement ?
The NFL Concussion Settlement is a billion dollar fund set aside to compensate retired players or their family members. This compensation could be up to $5 million dollars for certain neurological deficits and diseases existing now or that may develop in the future. Glenn S. Cameron, Esq., Senior Partner at Cameron & Marroney, PLLC, played in the National Football League for 11 Seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals. Mr. Cameron is a settlement class member who has also registered for the NFL Concussion Settlement program as a precaution for his own future health. Allow Glenn Cameron and the attorneys of Cameron & Marroney, PLLC to assist you in your effort to obtain compensation for the trauma related to your participation in the National Football League or any of its subsidiaries. The law firm of Cameron & Marroney, PLLC is prepared to assist non-symptomatic retired players navigate the necessary registration requirements for the NFL Concussion Settlement program for a fee of $250. For those currently suffering from neurological deficits, Cameron & Marroney, PLLC will zealously represent you to obtain a monetary settlement for any covered illness on a contingency fee basis. This includes the fees associated with examination by a qualified MAF physician as required by the Concussion Settlement. To see if you qualify please continue reading below:
Important Facts and Dates
- Whether or not a retired player currently suffers from a neurological deficit or disease he MUST register by August 7, 2017. If he fails to meet this registration deadline he will be forever prohibited from making a claim for benefits against the fund. It is important to note that Glenn Cameron has personally registered for the settlement as a retired player himself. He and his team are prepared to assist those qualifying players through this process. It is extremely important that you call immediately. (561) 659-5522 We will handle the process for you.
- The completed registration form must be sent or postmarked to the claims administrator on or before August 7, 2017.
- Failure of settlement class members to register with the claims administrator on or before August 7, 2017 will forever prohibit your participation in the NFL Concussion Settlement.
- In order to make a claim, the settlement class member or retired player must be examined by a qualified MAF physician to determine a qualifying diagnosis for compensation on or after January 7, 2017.
- However, if you received a qualifying diagnosis between July 7, 2014 and January 7, 2017 it must have been rendered by a board certified neurologist, neurosurgeon or other neurological-specialist physician.
- Also, if you received a qualifying diagnosis before August 7, 2014, it must have been rendered by a qualified neurologist, neurosurgeon or other neurological-specialist physician.
- A qualifying diagnosis is defined as a level 1.5 neuro-cognitive impairment, level 2 neuro-cognitive impairment, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) and death with CTE.
- A “Retired Player” is defined as a retired NFL player as of July 7 2014, retired American Football League player, retired World League of American Football player, retired NFL Europe League player and retired NFL Europa League player.
- Claim Packages must be submitted to the Claims Administrator no later than two (2) years after you receive your qualifying diagnosis or within two (2) years of February 6, 2017, whichever date is later.
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To discuss your claim or register call (561) 659-5522
Mr. Cameron attended the University of Florida on a football scholarship where he played linebacker for the Gators from 1971 through 1974, earning All Southeastern Conference Honors. Following his playing days for the Gators, Mr. Cameron was selected in the first round of the National Football League draft by the Cincinnati Bengals where he played for eleven seasons. Mr. Cameron had the privilege of playing in Superbowl XVI and being named defensive captain of the Bengals for the 1984-1985 seasons.
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Glenn Cameron (50) speaking with Bengals owner, Mike Brown, along with teammates Dave Lapham (62) and Jim LeClair (63) regarding the end of the NFLPA players strike and the resumption of the 1982 NFL season. Negotiation is an art and Glenn Cameron has been refining his skills for over 3 decades.