Aspen Claims Service

Football Turns to Helmet Technology to Tackle Head Injuries

 Tuesday, April 3, 2012

 Insurance Journal

As Americans grow more aware of the risk of brain injury tied to football — the country’s most popular sport — players and coaches are experimenting with the latest technology in a bid to make the game safer. Advances in training have led to bigger, faster players who have made the high-impact sport more dangerous, particularly at the college and professional level. U.S. football fans have witnessed devastating instances of concussion-related brain damage and even death in players as young as high-school age. They include 16-year-old Ridge Barden, 16, who collapsed after a hit in a game in Phoenix, New York last October and later died at a hospital.

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 FOX 5

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 FOX News

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 Thursday, June 6, 2013

 Consumers Report

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 Monday, May 6, 2013

 CBS Minnesota

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 Wednesday, October 6, 2010

 Insurance Journal