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How To Respond To A Football Injury

Getting nerve damage is a serious problems, particularly in the US. Americans love football, but we are constantly letting young men run out onto the field and slam their heads together. Then, for whatever reason, we are surprised when the men are paralyzed or experience nerve damage down the road. The worst cases happen when professional football players experience life threatening problems after they retire. Many of them cannot walk, talk or even go to the bathroom because they weren't wearing the proper gear or they weren't informed on how to avoid these spinal cord injury problems while playing.

Someone has to be responsible for this negligence. We can't just keep sending out young men to play an entertainment sport and watch them ruin their lives forever. If you experience spinal cord damage while playing football there are a few steps you need to take. Make sure you follow these steps closely, so you don't do anymore damage.

Call A Medical Professional

Spinal cord damage can get worse by just a small movement. You need to go to the emergency room as quickly as possible after a spinal cord injury. Ensure your doctor is the best in order to prevent any further damage. Your doctor is there to help you through this difficult process. It's the first person you need to speak with and probably the last. They will send you to qualified professionals if they can't figure out what's wrong with you. Make sure your team has a medical professional on staff so your team can avoid these problems in the future and teach the kids how to properly hit while playing. You also want to make sure all of the equipment is certified to protect against these types of injuries.

Stop Playing Football

Try avoiding football if you experience a spinal cord injury. There's no harm in helping people remain safe while playing football, but once you hurt your spinal cord there's a good chance you can't go back to the game.

CAll a Lawyer to See What Can Be Done

Once you get all fixed up you have to call a lawyer. Personal injury lawyers are around to help you pay for your medical bills, treat emotional trauma and compensate for permanent damages. A personal injury lawyer evaluates your situation and puts together a strong case to figure out who is liable for your damages.

Now it's your turn to share your story. Let us know in the comments section if you have ever been injured on the football field. Young men frequently experience spinal cord injuries and someone has to pay for it. Share your story and tell us if you think there are some other modes of action to take when you get hurt on the field.

In Texas, we love football more than the average American. Us Texans seem to live, breathe, eat, and sleep football. Were you injured as a football player? Did you sustain traumatic spine or back injuries? Talk with the personal injury lawyers at The Begum Law Group. With offices in San Antonio, Tx, we've helped thousands of personal injury victims seek compensation for their injuries.

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