Common Questions about Spinal Cord Injuries

Common Questions about Spinal Cord Injuries

In most cases, the average American family can’t cover the costs associated with a spinal cord injury. According to the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, severe spinal cord injuries cost more than $1 million the first year and incur high annual costs each year after. If you or someone you care about suffered a spinal […]

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Football Brain Injuries and Fan Perception

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In a recent post, we discussed football-related brain injuries in Nebraska as well as details regarding second-impact syndrome (SIS) and contact sports like football. In particular, we focused on the risks of brain injuries in youth sports and emphasized the importance of parents, coaches, schools, and sports organizers working together to improve training and awareness, […]

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The Other Blind Side: Football Brain Injuries in Nebraska

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For the last several years, more than 100 million people have tuned in to watch the Super Bowl, one of the most popular (and profitable) sporting events in the world. In a recent Sports Illustrated poll, 26.7 percent of respondents (random fans from 30 states across the U.S.) said football was more important than religion; […]

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What is an Umbrella Policy and How is it Beneficial?

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Chances are you own at least a few material items that are special to you or necessary to your daily life. Most people choose to protect these items, like cars and houses, by investing in things like homeowners and car insurance. Unfortunately, these insurance policies are not all-inclusive and there are many situations they won’t […]

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