Plaintiffs Lawyer Wants Court to Stop Multiple Audits of NFL Players' Claims

by Patrick Joseph Tighe on Aug. 12, 2021

Accident & Injury 

Summary: Florida attorney Patrick Tighe, who represents around 90 former players, filed a motion for "court intervention" Sunday that asked the court to bar the claims administrator from performing more than one audit of a player's claim.

An attorney representing multiple ex-NFL players seeking compensation from the concussion litigation class action settlement has asked a federal court to bar the claims administrator from repeatedly auditing players’ claims.

Florida attorney Patrick Tighe, who represents around 90 former players, filed a motion for “court intervention” Sunday that asked the court to bar claims administrator BrownGreer from performing more than one audit of a player’s claim.

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