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STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR MINORS

The State of Colorado places what is called a Statute of Limitations on most legal claims. The Statute of Limitations varies depending on the type of case at issue. In most types of personal injury cases, the Statute of Limitations is relatively short and only allows a few years after the date of the injury… Read more »

Is Distracted Driving really a problem?

Distractions occur whenever you take your eyes off of the road. There are many driver distractions such as visual, cognitive, and manual distractions which lead to auto accidents every day. Eyes off the road (visual) Mind off the road (cognitive) Hands off the steering wheel (manual) Driver distractions are the leading cause of most automobile… Read more »

Tips for Driving Safely this Summer

During the summer, more people drive on Colorado highways, roads and streets and as a result, more people are seriously injured and even killed in car, truck, bicycle, motorcycle and pedestrian accidents.  Being prepared, and practicing safe driving techniques may help to prevent you or a loved one from suffering serious injuries or death. Here are a few Tips for Driving Safely… Read more »

Prevent Parking Lot Auto Accidents

Prevent Parking Lot Auto Accidents with these helpful tips: Buy Time To React Parking lots are filled with obstacles and hazards, but often the biggest danger is other drivers. They may cut across empty rows, drive too fast, or ignore signs and pavement markings, endangering everyone in the lot. The best way to deal with… Read more »

CAPS ARE GOING UP, MEANS MORE MONEY IN YOUR POCKET

  Colorado’s Governmental Immunity Act (GIA) is a law put in place so that governmental bodies cannot be sued unless that body- first grants its permission or under certain exceptions provided in the act. This protection of the government has caused many injured individuals to go without any compensation for harm to them caused by… Read more »

5 Things You Should Know About Wrongful Death

1. Wrongful Death Cases: What Are They? Usually speaking, a wrongful death is a death incurred by someone’s negligence, such as carelessness, incompetence, or failure to act. A person crossing the street, killed by an intoxicated driver, an old woman killed by a  mugger for $20.00 in her purse, a pregnant mother struck down and… Read more »

Traffic diverted off Colfax as police investigate auto-ped accident

Denver Police diverted traffic from Colfax Avenue at Broadway as they  investigated an accident involving a pedestrian. Colfax reopened about 5:15  p.m. Raquel Lopez, a spokeswoman for the department, said the accident happened  just before 4 p.m. The victim was transported to a hospital with serious injuries. The driver of the vehicle remained on scene…. Read more »

Denver police seek gray car in hit-and-run

Denver police Lt. Robert Rock said the mother of a 16-year-old girl critically injured in a hit-and-run collision Wednesday morning wanted him to urge the driver who was responsible to turn herself in. “This is a heavy weight to carry on your conscience,” he said to the woman driver through the media at an afternoon… Read more »

Persons Filing Colorado Shooting Lawsuits Face Uphill Task

Several lawsuits have been filed in the movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado last month, which killed a total of 12 people and injured dozens of others. The very first Colorado shooting lawsuit was filed by a man, whose best friend was shot and killed. The first lawsuit filed the shooting incident has named the… Read more »

Settlement Reached in Fatal Roller Coaster Accident

A settlement has been reached by the family of a double average Iraqi vet, who died in a roller coaster accident, and the amusement park where the accident occurred. The vet, James Hackemer was killed in July 2011, when he fell off the roller coaster. Hackemer was a double amputee and had lost both of… Read more »