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TBI Warning Signs

Getting hit on the head is an unpleasant event and most people will bump their heads at a minimum once a month, maybe even once a week. That level of impact won’t do much damage, aside from maybe a bruise and lump that’s tender to the touch. More severe knocks on the...

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Dealing with Uninsured Motorists

For how many cars are on the roads at all hours of the day and night, it’s a wonder there aren’t more accidents. People tend to overestimate the gap between cars so they can make a turn, underestimate the speed of oncoming traffic, or overall aren’t properly paying...

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5 Tips for E-Scooters

It’s a Bird! It’s a Lime! It’s another electronic scooter (e-scooter) zipping along Denver streets as people find alternatives to driving, Ubering, or taking public transit systems. If you want to join all of the people cruising around town and feel the wind in your...

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Dangers of Texting and Driving

Almost everyone owns a smartphone today and they use them for any number of tasks for work, fun, information, or just to pass the time. This extra connectivity has spilled over into the professional sphere and office jobs expect workers to always have their finger on...

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TBIs at Construction Sites

Construction sites can be dangerous and pose serious health threats to workers if they don’t take proper precautions, pay attention, and focus on safety throughout their tasks and day.  Everyone is required to wear safety gear, especially on their heads....

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5 Common Negligent Driving Acts You May Be Guilty Of

Most people rely on cars and driving to get where they need to go every day, from home to school, to the office, to the stores, back home, and everywhere in between. Despite everyone needing to take driver education courses to get their license and on the road, many...

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NFL Backpedals on Brain Injury Link

Apparently, not all the NFL front offices got the memo that NFL Senior Vice President of Health & Safety Policy Jeff Miller recently admitted that the NFL was aware of the link between playing professional football and developing chronic traumatic encephalopathy...

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Spring Blizzards Trigger More Denver Car Crashes

As any Colorado native knows, our spring weather can be very unpredictable, with the latest blizzard that descended on us serving as a prime example. While spring snowstorms may be problematic for various reasons, for commuters, they can spell real danger – especially...

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Death of a Colorado Inmate Triggers Wrongful Death Case

Lawyers for the family of a mentally ill jail inmate who was discovered dead and naked in a Colorado detention facility in April 2014 allege that the inmate was denied his psychiatric drugs and was physically abused by guards. The deceased inmate, a 53-year-old man,...

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