Federal Workers’ Lawsuit

April 9, 2011 by USA Post 

Federal Workers’ Lawsuit, The Highlands School District is facing a lawsuit filed by the family of a football player who suffered concussions related to football, which resulted in permanent brain damage. The federal lawsuit called the school district and coaches of adolescent defendants, WPXI reported.

The mother of football payer, Megan Alt, says her son was forced to play through his injuries. His son, Zachary Alt, apparently suffered three concussions while playing football at Highland High School when he was a sophomore in 2007.

The suit says the coaches ignored the visible signs of a concussion and Zachary put back in the game to continue playing.

“I brought him home from the hospital and not remembering things at home, where he lived I do not remember,” said Megan H. “Right now we do not know how long it will deal with that. Some of it will last the rest of his life. ”

In addition, the suit alleges that school administrators did not change the grades to passing grades so that Zechariah could be “passed through the system.”

The school issued a statement saying: “Highlands School District has not received or reviewed the lawsuit. When the application is filed, the district attorney will respond through the judicial system.”

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