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What You Need to Know About Colorado’s Workers’ Compensation Laws

By Mintz Law Firm | June 24, 2024

Understanding your rights and protections under Colorado workers’ compensation laws is imperative after an on-the-job injury. These laws exist to offer financial and medical benefits to employees injured on the job. However, navigating the claims process can be overwhelming, especially when dealing with an injury.  At Mintz Law Firm, we are dedicated to helping injured…

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Recovering Brain-Damage Compensation When You Weren’t Wearing a Helmet

By Mintz Law Firm | June 24, 2024

Accidents happen, and they can sometimes lead to serious brain injuries. But what happens when you weren’t wearing a helmet at the time of the incident? Can you still recover compensation for your brain damage?  At Mintz Law Firm, we understand the complexities of personal injury cases involving brain damage and can help you navigate…

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Injured Using a Rental Tool: Who Will be Liable?

By Mintz Law Firm | June 23, 2024

Rental tools can be a convenient and cost-effective solution for completing home improvement projects or tackling a DIY task. However, what happens if you are injured while using a rental tool? Who is liable for your injury and the resulting medical expenses? This is a valid concern for anyone who has experienced a rental tool…

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Why Do Colorado Unsecured Cargo Truck Accidents Occur?

By Mintz Law Firm | June 22, 2024

Cargo trucks and other large vehicles can intimidate drivers of all experience levels. The idea of running into a truck or some of its cargo can be overwhelming, as these accidents can result in serious bodily harm. If you have been hurt because unsecured cargo on a truck or other vehicle has fallen, you may…

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Colorado National Park Accidents: Legal Recourse for Injured Visitors

By Mintz Law Firm | June 21, 2024

National parks are a place to explore your natural surroundings, feel a sense of peace, and gain an appreciation for the location you’re visiting. So, when you get hurt at a place you expect to be filled with fun and relaxation, you may experience some stress or concern. While this is an unfortunate situation, you…

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Who Qualifies for Workers’ Compensation Benefits in Colorado?

By Mintz Law Firm | June 20, 2024

In Colorado, workers’ compensation is a vital safety net designed to support employees who suffer injuries or illnesses due to their jobs. Understanding who qualifies for these benefits can be crucial for employees and employers alike. If you’re worried about whether you qualify, we are here to demystify the eligibility criteria. Whether you’re a full-time,…

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What Are Colorado’s Laws Regarding Helmets for Cycling?

By mintzdev | June 19, 2024

What Are Colorado Bicycle Helmet Laws? Riding a bicycle in Colorado is an excellent pastime that many locals and tourists partake in. The beautiful landscape and terrain offer many opportunities to exercise and enjoy the outdoors but may also bring challenges when bicycle accidents occur. There are different ways to keep safe and use caution…

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Colorado Law on Hit and Run / Miss and Run Accidents

By Mintz Law Firm | June 18, 2024

In this month’s article, we’re going to discuss Colorado’s law on accidents caused by drivers who don’t stick around after a crash – as they are supposed to do.   Specifically, we’re going to talk about the laws regarding insurance coverage when someone causes an accident and leaves the scene of the crash.  Colorado’s Law on…

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7 Tips for Driving in the Sun

By Mintz Law Firm | June 17, 2024

Most people prefer not to drive after dark but have no problem with driving during the day. After all, daylight hours are the safest time to be on the road, right? While this is usually true, summer driving presents increased risks and challenges, such as higher traffic, construction, and unpredictable weather patterns. There may come…

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What You Need to Know About Colorado’s “Move Over” Law

By Mintz Law Firm | June 16, 2024

As of August 2023, Colorado has expanded a law regarding driver safety and protocol. The state’s “Move Over” law once required drivers to move over one traveling lane whenever possible and drive at least 20 miles per hour less than the posted speed limit for emergency vehicles, public utility service vehicles, tow trucks, and any…

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