Please Join Burg Simpson for the Annual Pedal 4 Possible Fundraiser for Craig Hospital on Saturday, September 14th!
Craig’s Therapeutic Recreation department started Pedal 4 Possible in 2015 to raise money for Craig Hospital.
As a private, non-profit facility, Craig Hospital relies on donations to maintain its excellence in helping patients to achieve the best possible outcomes.
These innovative donor-funded programs are not reimbursed by insurance companies but are vital to patients’ health and independence over a lifetime.
Craig’s many programs rely on the hundreds of individuals, corporations, and foundations that have supported their mission over the years, and the
funds raised through the Pedal 4 Possible ride also benefit the Craig Foundation’s Culture of Care programs and research.
We will have attorneys, paralegals, staff members and friends riding on our team. Come join us and help support this great facility. To ride with Burg Simpson at the 2019 Pedal 4 Possible, or just get more information, go to the website below.
Sign up here: https://secure3.convio.net/craig/site/TRR/906920523
Pictured here are Burg Simpson Trial Lawyers and Pedal for Possible Team Leads, John Connell and Lewis Osterman
Working with Craig Hospital
Burg Simpson is proud to support Denver-based Craig Hospital. The Craig Rehabilitation Hospital is one of the country’s top facilities for traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury research and treatment. Craig is a 93-bed, private,
nonprofit, acute care and rehabilitation hospital that provides a comprehensive system of inpatient and outpatient medical care, rehabilitation, neurosurgical rehabilitative care, and long-term follow up services.
In fact, Craig Hospital is consistently ranked as one of the nation’s top 10 rehab centers every year over the last three decades. On average, Craig treats about 500 inpatients and 1,400 outpatients annually. Craig Hospital houses between
25 and 30 patients daily, most of whom have suffered traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) and spinal cord injuries (SCIs). Since 1956, they have helped more than 31,000 patients.
Craig offers a comprehensive system of care for TBI and SCI patients of all ages that extends well beyond initial medical treatment, including rehabilitation and long-term outpatient care. The medical professionals at Craig Hospital also work
with the patient’s family and community to help provide a lifetime of care as they transition back to day-to-day life.
Burg Simpson and our team of experienced injury attorneys have been lifelong supporters of TBI and SCI victims. A critical part of that effort is our passionate support of Craig Hospital and the work it does.