As previously reported, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals confirmed today Dismissal of all CTE cases filed against WWE By Constantine Kairos. The court agreed with the ruling given by the United States District Court of Connecticut Dismissed all concussion-related lawsuits against WWE Former WWE Wrestlers have filed a lawsuit against the company alleging that they suffered CTE as well as other physical and mental health problems due to the physical injury they suffered while performing there.
Wrestling Inc. about the dismissal of appeals. Reached WWE and sent this ad:
“For almost six years, WWE has been subject to the old and useless arguments brought by Constantine Kairos, whose misconduct has provoked countless legal opinions. We thank the many federal judges who supervised and the attention given to the Second Circuit for its decision. ”
The appeal stems from seven consolidated cases in the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut against former WWE Wrestlers, beginning with a putative class action lawsuit filed in October 2014 by William Albert Haynes III, or Billy Jack Haynes. Two of the seven cases were not appealed. Kairos represents the plaintiff / appellant in each case.
The appeals brought by Haynes, Russ McCullough, Cassandra Frazier and Evan Singleton (Vito Lograsso) were dismissed because the Kyros appeal against those cases was not timely. In the fifth case brought by Joseph M. Laurinitis (Road Warrior Animal), which consisted of dozens of former demonstrators, the court determined the merits and ruled that all those arguments were time-barred or defective for reasons stated by the trial judge. .
“In its confirmation arguments that the injured wrestlers were not literally denied a day in court,” Kairos wrote. Email to Associated Press. “Under this order wrestlers have no rights, no right to bring a lawsuit, no rights to assist CTE & head injuries from WWE, no rights as unclassified employees, no jury rights and no right to make sarcastic appeals!”