Rugby Brain Injury Claims

Rylands Garth is leading the litigation for rugby players suffering from brain injuries.


  • Trusted by rugby players

Over 500 former rugby union and league players already trust us to represent them.

  • Professional and amateur players welcome

We represent professional athletes who played at the highest level of the sport, as well as those who played rugby in a non-professional capacity. We represent male and female players.

  • No win, no fee

You can join the claim on a no win, no fee basis.

If you are showing symptoms of brain damage, such as headaches, confusion and mood changes, you may be eligible to make a claim.

Contact us today on 0122 385 7676 or by email to discuss your case. Alternatively, you can fill in our online claim form below. 

About rugby concussion claims

Knocks to the head are common in rugby, but they can have severe consequences.

We are all aware that head knocks can result in immediate issues, such as concussion.

However, head knocks can also cause lasting brain damage, which may lead to health problems later in life.

Many former rugby players are now facing serious neurological conditions, including dementia, chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), Parkinson’s disease, motor neurone disease, epilepsy and persistent post-concussion syndrome.

At Rylands Garth, we believe that rugby governing bodies failed to adequately protect players from not just concussions but sub-concussions.

We’re helping a large group of rugby players take legal action against the governing bodies, with the aims of securing compensation for those affected, and making the game safer for all.


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