Lawsuit filed by family of Southern California football player over concussions

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The family of Trey Enloe, a football player at La Jolla High School, is filing a lawsuit against the San Diego Unified School District over a 2014 JV game during which the Enloe allegedly suffered “multiple concussions”, according to CBS8.com.

The television station reported the player’s family said Trey was told to “suck it up” after being injured and sent back on to the field.  Trey’s mother is afraid that the injuries he suffered may have led to depression.

 

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