In this country, we have a silent epidemic: traumatic brain injury. A good lawyer needs to advocate for someone who has suffered a traumatic brain injury not just for today, but for what they will need for the rest of their lives. As a lawyer, I am committed to helping these people get the best outcomes to rebuild their lives.
It has been my honor to have served as chairman of the Craig Hospital Board of Directors, and I consider it a privilege to continue to serve as a member of both the Craig Hospital and Craig Hospital Foundation Boards of Directors. Craig Hospital is world renowned as a premier center for specialty rehabilitation and research for people with spinal cord injury (SCI) and traumatic brain injury (TBI).
To find out more, please visit http://craighospital.org.
I am proud to serve on Board of Directors of The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado (BIAC). Based in Denver, Colorado, BIAC is the ONLY statewide non-profit organization exclusively dedicated to brain injury. BIAC’s mission is to connect individuals living with the effects of a brain injury with resources that will help improve their lives. As a trial lawyer, I have witnessed first-hand how devastating a serious brain injury can be physically, emotionally and financially, and I am committed to doing all I can to support BIAC and help those impacted by these types of injuries.
To find out more about this fabulous organization, please visit http://biacolorado.org.
As a proud alumni, I consider myself a staunch supporter of the faculty and its work. I am committed to ensuring that the law school continues to be recognized as one of the preeminent law schools in the United States. I am honored to serve the University as an Adjunct Professor of the law School and I consider it a privilege to be able to teach and mentor the next generation of aspiring lawyers. My law firm, Burg Simpson, is also pleased to co-sponsor a study hall for students attending the college.