Chad McLain Talks About Spinal Cord Injury Awareness on Good Day Tulsa

September 15, 2017
Chad McLain Talks About Spinal Cord Injury Awareness on Good Day Tulsa

September is Spinal Cord Awareness Month and many organizations and communities are working together to raise awareness about spinal cord injuries. Each year thousands of Americans experience a spinal cord injury. These injuries are devastating and can happen to anyone at any time.

Attorney Chad McLain of Graves McLain recently appeared on Good Day Tulsa to discuss ways to avoid a spinal cord injury.

Chad spoke about the main causes of spinal cord injuries including:

  • Motor Vehicle Crashes
  • Falls
  • Sports-Related Injuries

A spinal cord injury can happen due to an unexpected accident, so as a precaution please always be careful and try not to participate in high-risk behavior.

Chad explains one should, “be aware of the things that can cause spinal cord injuries. The same thing we talk about when preventing vehicle crashes can be done to prevent spinal cord injuries.”

  • Do not text and drive
  • Don’t drink & drive
  • Wear your seatbelt
  • Don’t speed
  • Don’t look down at your mobile device while walking or crossing the street

Due to advancements in medicine, some people with a spinal cord injury can live a somewhat normal life after physical therapy and treatment. But some cases are extremely severe making it difficult to fully recover from the injury, but it is important to know there is help out there.

Watch the full segment here.

If you or a loved one suffers a spinal cord injury in any type of accident due to negligence, call Graves McLain right away at 918-359-6600. When you call one of our experienced Tulsa Spinal Cord Injury attorneys, we will speak with you for FREE and determine the best course of action.

We will review every detail of your situation at no cost to you and fight hard to protect your rights. Trust our team, we are here to help.

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