Ghost Bike Memorials for World Day of Remembrance
What is World Day of Remembrance? We celebrate birthdays, reflect on Memorial Day, give thanks on Thanksgiving, and come together on various national holidays. Now on every third Sunday of November, we recognize the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims “in recognition of road traffic victims and their families’ loss and suffering.” As you can see from the...Read More
What are the Differences Between Complete and Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury?
Spinal cord trauma can be devastating, but it is important to point out that not all spinal cord injuries are exactly the same. Even injuries that occur in the same ways and along the same areas of the spine often have signs and symptoms that vary from person to person. Here, we want to...Read More
Spinal Cord Injury Symptoms
Spinal cord injuries can be devastating, and they can lead to significant short and long-term disabilities that affect a person’s entire life. Here, we want to discuss the main symptoms that spinal cord injury victims and their family members can expect. We will touch on the short-term and immediate symptoms associated with these injuries...Read More
What are the Levels of Spinal Cord Injury?
Spinal cord injuries can leave victims suffering from lifelong disabilities. Not only does this affect the actual spinal cord injury victim, but it will also affect their family. However, if we want to have a serious discussion about spinal cord injuries, we have to look at the various levels of these injuries. Here, we...Read More
How Much is a Spinal Cord Injury Worth?
Spinal cord injuries can be devastating. These injuries can leave victims with lifelong disabilities that continue to affect them and their family members. However, pinpointing the exact value of a spinal cord injury claim is difficult. Here, we want to look at how the value of a claim is affected by the level of...Read More
Being a Pedestrian in Denver: One of America’s Most Walked Cities
“Look both ways!” is something I am sure you were taught as a child when crossing the street. Even if you frequently use a car, light rail, or ride share to get where you’re going, you are probably still a pedestrian at some point in your day, whether that is crossing at a crosswalk...Read More