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July 2015

How Safe is Colorado? – Colorado Springs Injury Lawyers

A recent report, The Facts Hurt: A State-By-State Injury Prevention Policy Report, disclosed that Colorado ranks 16th highest in the number of injury-related deaths among the states. The national average is 58.4 deaths per 100,000 people, while Colorado reports 70.7 deaths per 100,000 people. While the rates in other states fluctuated- some for the better, some for the worse- Colorado’s injury death rate…

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New Treatment Gives Hope to Patients | Colorado Springs Spinal Injury Lawyers

A new breakthrough treatment is giving hope to spinal cord injury victims. Four men that were paralyzed from the chest down were able to get out of their wheelchairs for the first time ever. The paralyzed men had electrical stimulators implanted into their spines. Now, these men are working hard to learn how to walk again. But walking is not the only benefit…

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Technology Could Dramatically Reduce Deadly Rear-End Collisions

Current crash prevention technology could drastically reduce the occurrence of deadly rear-end collisions, which represent approximately half of the country’s two-car accidents and claim 1,700 lives every year. The potentially life-saving systems alert drivers or apply the brakes automatically if they detect an impending collision. Unfortunately for the car-driving masses, the systems don’t come standard and are often expensive. However, if federal regulators have…

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