While watching TV the other day Lemon saw commercial for a Law firm looking for people who had suffered a possible concussion while playing HS or Collegiate footballin the past 20 years.
Lemon could not dial the number fast enough and i spoke with a nice girl who asked me if i had played football in the last 20 years and possibly suffered a concussion i said yes and she proceeded to ask some questions
Do i get ringing in my ears? Do I get light headedness? Do I sometimes get dizzy ? Am I forgetful ?
I answerd yes to all of the questions to which she excitedly replied "wow you may really have a strong case I will have one of our associates contact you one last question how often do you suffer from these symptoms" to which i replied everyday right after I take a big rip of some Kush or Electric Bubba...... her response..... Click
My point ambulance chasers like this whho are just out to make a buck are going to ruin sports
Every Bar Association has standards regulating what you describe as "ambulance chasing". Firms that are actively generating new plaintiff actions can face severe reprimands. But if an existing class action is ongoing, rules are different. If these surveys are being done by non-legal entities, so called "medical research" people, or by independent journalists or writers, the rules are different. To be honest, many people struggling with health issues are not aware of any specific conducts in their past which are the root causes of current conditions.
But you say the TV ad is "a commercial for a Law Firm". My suggestion is that you file a complaint with the Bar Association in your community. They are normally very responsive to this.