Mac Williamson claims that he has not been the same since suffering a concussion while playing for the San Francisco Giants in April of 2018. Now, he wants someone to pay for it.
Williamson has filed a lawsuit against the San Francisco Giants organization for their role in his injury.
“My life hasn’t been the same since suffering the injury,” Williamson said in a statement released by a public relations firm for Williamson’s San Francisco-based attorney, Randy Erlewine.
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The Giants released this statement to NBC Sports Bay Area regarding the lawsuit Mac Williamson has pressed:
“MLB and its clubs have a longstanding practice of addressing claims arising from player injuries through the collectively-bargained grievance procedure and the worker’s compensation system,” the statement said. “Williamson’s claims are properly resolved through these processes, not through the courts.”
Mac Williamson suffered this injury by tripping and hitting his head on the bullpen mound at Oracle Park. Hopefully he starts to see some progress with his health. A concussion is a scary injury.