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Insurer sues Broncos over former players’ compensation claims

 Monday, June 13, 2011

 Denver Post

Floyd Little used a California law to file a claim for injuries. When Floyd Little retired from his Hall of Fame career with the Denver Broncos , he did so with 117 games played, 6,323 yards rushing, 54 touchdowns scored — and a lifetime of aches ahead. So in 2008, Little took advantage of a not commonly known provision in California law to file for workers’ compensation in that state, arguing that his football career had left him with a legacy of pain after suffering two broken collarbones, broken ribs, multiple concussions and other injuries too numerous to recall.
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