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A New Wave of Transportation: What You Need to Know About e-Scooters

Posted in Blog on October 12, 2018

Have you recently been walking on the sidewalk and had someone fly past you on an electric scooter? This could result in a serious injury if the user accidentally runs into you directly, causes you to collide with something in your path, or causes you to fall into nearby traffic. While this new trend of… read more

The disturbing similarities between drunk and drowsy driving

Posted in Blog on October 1, 2018

When you think of drunk and drowsy driving, which initially comes to mind as being worse, or more dangerous? If you think one is more dangerous than the other, you may want to guess again. If you’ve ever experienced driving while tired, then you know what it’s like: you’re nodding off, your eyelids are heavy,… read more

Suing for Wrongful Death in Colorado: What You Need to Know

Posted in Blog on September 28, 2018

What is Wrongful Death? Wrongful Death is a special kind of personal injury lawsuit made when someone is killed due to another party’s negligence or intentional act. Wrongful death claims are made against the person(s) responsible for causing someone’s death either purposely or negligently. Wrongful death claims allow the estate of the deceased person to… read more

Was Your Child Injured at Birth? If so, Here’s Why You Should Hire a Lawyer

Posted in Blog on September 11, 2018

Was your child injured at birth? If so, it is possible that you may be entitled to compensations for the pain you and your child have suffered. To seek redress, it’s vital to choose the right personal injury lawyer for you, which can be a difficult decision to make. If your baby was injured at… read more

What to Do if You’ve Been Injured in a Car Accident Related to Marijuana Use

Posted in Blog on August 31, 2018

With the use of recreational and medical marijuana being legal in the state of Colorado, it is possible to be involved in an accident while you or someone else is under the influence. Since 2013, there has been an increase in auto accidents that occur with drivers who have marijuana in their system. Due to… read more

Cycling in Colorado: What You Need to Know

Posted in Blog on August 9, 2018

With beautiful weather and scenery, it’s no wonder why Colorado is known for being a cyclist-friendly state. With the new Idaho Stop Law, biking in the Centennial State just got even friendlier. What is the Idaho Stop Law? Idaho Stop, a law originating from Idaho, is a rule that allows cyclists to treat a stop… read more

Accidents with Uber or Lyft Vehicles: What You Need to Know

Posted in Blog on August 2, 2018

Let’s face it: the sharing economy is taking over, and companies like Lyft and Uber are dominating taxi and ride-sharing services all over the world with their fast and user-friendly apps. Despite the these apps’ popularity and mostly reliable, high-quality service, car accidents are still as much of a possibility as they are in regular… read more

Elder Abuse: How and When to File a Claim Against Nursing Homes

Posted in Blog on July 19, 2018

When it comes to domestic violence, the media typically report on married couples. However, the abuse of the Elderly in nursing homes is quite common. In Colorado alone, there are over 4,000 incidents that get reported each year.1 Elder abuse includes physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. Exploitation, neglect, and abandonment are also considered abuse. Perpetrators… read more

Distracted Driving: What you need to know

Posted in Blog on June 29, 2018

Colorado has seen an increase in accidents caused by distracted driving. Distracted driving is defined by the Colorado Department of Transportation as the act of driving while engaged in anything other than driving—texting, looking after passengers, talking on the phone, watching videos, eating, or reading—that takes a driver’s focus away from the road. How common… read more

Self-driving Cars in Colorado: What You Need to Know

Posted in Blog on May 3, 2018

In 2017, Colorado state passed a law allowing autonomous vehicles to be tested on Colorado’s roads. The law requires companies that are developing self-driving cars to check in with the state, letting them know they will begin testing and that their vehicles will be on the roads, but the law does not require actual permission… read more