I always follow this theme – and have posted several times before – as there are not many activities in life that require you to bang your head into something else. In soccer, the activity is unprotected. I appreciate the efforts to add publicity to the risk of heading balls at young ages (or even older) and the risk of heading to concussions. Ask yourself this: how many things have you used your head to hit in the last 12 months? Now, if your child plays soccer, how many have they?
Here is the article with information on the lawsuit. This is a similar track to the football litigation. The lawyers will go after the large entities, FIFA, potentially US Youth Soccer, etc., as they have proceeds to pay. That is why you see them linking to FIFA in the suit.
Hopefully, this will continue to bring awareness.
My prior posts on the issue: