Edward Dabdoub, Carter Meader Sox and Kevin Schaefer of the Dabdoub Law Firm in Coral Gables won a nearly $218,000 judgment for Darryl Ashmore, a former football player whose attorneys said he felt “ambushed” when the National Football League denied him coverage under its Player Disability & Neurocognitive Benefit Plan.
The plan is an employee welfare program designed to ”promote the long-term well-being” of former players. It provides monthly payments of $11,000-$22,000 to participants who suffer “total and permanent disability.”
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