Suit against football helmet maker to go to trial

A lawsuit against helmet manufacturer Riddell, filed by the family of a 22-year-old who suffered a seizure and drowned while fishing, will go forward a judge in Ohio has ruled.
0:47 | 05/17/19

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An Ohio father is suing one of the biggest producers of football helmets over the death of his son. There ambulance 22 year old son drew round after suffering a seizure while fishing. An autopsy found the seizure was caused by the brain disease CTE. Ellen claims it was caused by years of playing football in Riddell helmets which he claims are unsafe. A brain moves inside this goal and no matter how they penny is the brain has ability to slosh back and forth. Too terrified her stretch drivers so there is no concussion proof element. Riddell calls the claim in the lawsuits mayor at lists in says the allegations aren't proven but this week. A judge ruled the case hand go to trial.

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