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05.26.2014

Tasha Schuh Continues to Inspire Others 16 Years after Life-changing 16-foot Fall

In 1997, 16-year-old Tasha Schuh was practicing for a performance of “The Wizard of Oz” when everything changed. Stage hands wanted to change the scenery, so Tasha stepped back to give them more space. Unbeknownst to her, a trap door had been opened behind her, and she fell 16 feet to the concrete below. When…

10.08.2013

How Does a Law Firm Help You During a Legal Battle?

 If you have been injured in an accident, you already understand the stress that comes with the experience. In addition to the physical pain, you also face the anxiety associated with medical care and the ongoing efforts to receive just compensation for your injuries. Ideally, things will go as smoothly as possible following an accident,…

05.01.2008

Three Million Dollar Recovery for Misuse of Child Seatbelt Restraints

On April 14, 2005 the plaintiffs departed their home in Wisconsin en route to Red Wing, Minnesota with the intention of purchasing all terrain vehicles. The plaintiff was driving a Ford F150 pick-up truck provided by his employer, BASF Corporation. His four minor children were all passengers in the rear seat of this vehicle. The…

03.16.2007

What you need to know about neck, back and spine injuries.

Neck, back and spine injuries are the most common types of injuries that happen in auto accidents. For example, in a rear-end accident the victim’s head is often jerked back and forth rapidly. This sometimes forces the muscles in the neck and back to over stretch and cause severe swelling and pain. Although most strain…

03.16.2007

What are the effects of SCI?

Article: The Spinal Cord Injury Resource Center The effects of SCI depend on the type of injury and the level of the injury. SCI can be divided into two types of injury – complete and incomplete. A complete injury means that there is no function below the level of the injury; no sensation and no…

03.16.2007

Preventing Spinal Cord Injuries

The following tips, based on information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Spinal Cord Injury Information Network, may reduce the risk of spinal cord injury: Wear a seat belt every time you drive a car or ride in one. Make sure your children are buckled into a child safety seat,…

03.16.2007

Preventing Spinal Cord Injuries Through Safety Education Programs

Ms. O’Hare is Community Programs Coordinator, TBI/SCI Projects, and Dr. Hall is Projects Co-Director and Director of Rehabilitation Research, at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, San Jose, CA. "It was just a leisurely day…," "Didn’t have a care in the world…," "I was a passenger…," "I didn’t know what 55 meant…," "Dove into the water…,"…