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Making the Most of Your Personal Injury Consultation in Denver

By Mintz Law Firm | April 3, 2021

If you have sustained injuries in Colorado due to the negligent actions of another individual, you may be considering working with a Denver personal injury lawyer to pursue legal action.  If you are looking for personal injury lawyers or considering your options, it’s important to do your due diligence before your consultation. Being prepared with…

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Is It a Bad Idea to Take an Uber or Lyft to the Hospital after a Crash? 

By Mintz Law Firm | February 25, 2021

The low cost of Uber and Lyft rides have transformed the ride-sharing industry and virtually wiped taxis out of existence. Are ambulances next? It seems that more and more people are relying on alternate ways to travel to the hospital, but is it a good idea? The short answer is that it depends.  No matter…

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5 Things to Consider Before Ignoring a Slip and Fall

By mintzdev | February 25, 2021

Falling in public can be a scary and even embarrassing experience, so it is common for people to want to move past it as quickly as possible. However, ignoring the accident can have a domino effect, leading to more injuries and allowing the responsible party to get off easy despite their negligent actions. With this…

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5 Common Mechanical Problems That May Lead to a Crash

By mintzdev | February 22, 2021

Most car crashes are the result of driver negligence, but there are some collisions where other factors are at play. Bad weather and poor road conditions are some of the most common external causes of a car crash. However, there are instances where mechanical problems, whether by lack of maintenance or manufacturer defect, can lead…

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How to Prove Lost Wages in a Personal Injury Claim

By Mintz Law Firm | February 18, 2021

You are grocery shopping after a busy day in the office, checking items off the list to prepare dinner for your family. You turn down the frozen food aisle, and suddenly you’re on the floor in excruciating pain. It seems that one of the freezer units broke, causing all the frozen goods to defrost and…

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Can Using Social Media Hurt My Personal Injury Case?

By Mintz Law Firm | February 9, 2021

Social media has changed the world. It allows users all over the nation to post, alert, share, connect, like, comment, and engage with content instantly. Social media has helped people form friendships and relationships, given businesses more exposure, and formed an online community for people to interact and feel included. Unfortunately, technology can have benefits…

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How Much Time Do You Have to Visit a Doctor after a Slip and Fall? 

By Mintz Law Firm | February 5, 2021

No one knows how their plans will turn out, but usually, one way or another, we can trust that hard work and dedication will lead to something extraordinary. Unfortunately, we may fail to make room for accidents in our plans. If you suffer serious injuries after a slip and fall, you may need to pause…

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What Is the Cause of Most Rear-End Collisions in Denver?   

By Mintz Law Firm | January 29, 2021

The popularity of rideshare services has increased over the years. Many users utilize Uber and Lyft as their primary means of transportation for work commutes and other everyday activities. Conversely, others may use it as an alternative to taking a taxicab, renting a car, or establishing a driver. These services are so popular that there…

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Understanding the Colorado “Ski Safety Act” 

By Mintz Law Firm | January 21, 2021

Thousands of skiers flock to the Colorado mountains every winter to enjoy the slopes. John Hopkins estimates that nearly 10 million Americans ski or snowboard every year, with about 600,000 injuries reported yearly. Of these accidents, 20% are head injuries. Colorado understands that skiing is a dangerous sport, so state lawmakers enacted the Ski Safety…

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What Happens If Someone Borrows My Car and Causes an Accident?  

By Mintz Law Firm | January 20, 2021

You may be quick to let a family member or close friend borrow your car, but remember that you’re also letting them borrow your auto insurance. If they get into a car accident, you’ll be the one who has to pay for any damages. Keep in mind that, if the other driver files a claim,…

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