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Safety Tips for Your Cross-Country Motorcycle Trip

Long before Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper brought cross-country trips into the mainstream, motorcycle enthusiasts had found peace and tranquility on the open road. This love of the wind in your hair and the highway stretching endlessly before you still exists today all across America and even in many parts of the world. Of course, accidents… Read more »

When Trampoline Fun Turns into Trampoline Injury

Summer is finally upon us, and that means kids in your neighborhood will be looking to have fun every chance they get. If you have a trampoline in your backyard, or have neighbors with a trampoline, it’s likely that you and your family will be spending more time on the trampoline as the days get longer. But,… Read more »

National Youth Traffic Safety Month and Keeping Your Children Safe

Every parent fears for their child’s safety, whether it’s when they’re swimming in the backyard pool, riding a bike through the neighborhood, or playing in contact sports. In fact, it’s rare that a day goes by when a loving parent isn’t stressing about something that their child is doing either at home or away. Many parents would… Read more »

10 Simple Ways to Prevent Construction Site Accidents (part 2 of 2)

It seems that you can’t drive or even walk very far these days without seeing some sort of construction going on, whether it’s road workers digging up a city street or construction of a new commercial building. While we certainly wish that these jobs were 100% safe, the truth is that accidents in the construction… Read more »

10 Simple Ways to Prevent Construction Site Accidents (part 1 of 2)

Every day, thousands of construction sites across the country are in full operation with multiple workers tending to various tasks throughout the day and night. Too often, these workers are subject to injury because of unsafe working conditions – and that’s where you come in. Whether you are a business owner, site manager, or construction… Read more »

Worker Injured While Performing Union Activities

Union workers can wear many hats in relationship to their employment. They are like most other employees, union or otherwise, during the workday. They are supporters for fair wages and employment conditions during a strike. And those involved with union leadership are advocates for union members and negotiators of collective bargaining agreements with management. So,… Read more »

What Can I Do If My Insurance Company Is Being Unreasonable?

In the case of Nibert v. GEICO, the Colorado Court of Appeals answered questions about a plaintiff’s remedies when the plaintiff’s insurance carrier in an underinsured motorist (UIM) bodily injury claim was found to have unreasonably delayed paying UIM benefits. Please feel free to visit our page on UIM coverage to learn more about those benefits…. Read more »

Distracted Driving Is a Danger to You and Everyone Around You

We might as well label the time period we’re living in right now as “the era of distractions.” There are so many things that seem to demand our attention at any given time. There are texts to read, video clips to watch, new food to eat, online articles to read, social media statuses to update,… Read more »

3 Elements of a Successful Wrongful Death Claim

Saying goodbye to a loved one is never easy. In fact, the survivors who have been left behind after the death of a loved one are frequently left with a lot of unfinished business to attend to and a mountain of extra responsibilities that must be dealt with – all while learning to live with… Read more »

Why You Should Avoid Driving After Smoking Marijuana

Whether you smoke marijuana or prefer to ingest it in some form of edible, the number one concern at all times is to maintain your own safety and the safety of others. This obviously goes for those who use marijuana for medical reasons or enjoy it recreationally. You’d think that driving after smoking or ingesting… Read more »