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Colorado’s Modified Comparative Negligence Law

Accidents happen. Sometimes, they’re completely unavoidable, but usually, someone’s at fault. When it comes to determining who’s responsible to pay for the medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other harm caused by a wreck, we first have to determine who’s at fault. We commonly think of liability for car wrecks as black-and-white —… Read more »

Your Colorado Statute of Limitations Guide

There are many factors that affect the outcome of an injury case. However, one of the first factors that must be considered, because of its vital important to any case, is whether the victim has time to take legal action to recover for their injuries. So many times victims reach out to our office after… Read more »

First Aid for Dog Bites

When we think of dogs, we often picture man’s best friend: cute, fluffy tail-wagging, face-licking animals. Unfortunately, not all dogs are so nice. Sometimes, dogs bite. Whether due to prior abuse, lack of care, accidental playing, or personality, dog bites can be serious and lead to severe injury and blood loss. It is important to… Read more »

The Long Bicycle Trip Guide: What to Remember to be Safe

Colorado is a beautiful place full of adventure. In the summertime, that adventure often takes place in the form of biking. Cyclists all over the world travel to Colorado just for its great biking routes. Between the challenging higher altitude of the “Mile High City,” and even higher alpine rides, Colorado’s 25 scenic byways and… Read more »

5 Dangers to Remember and Protect Against this Summer

With summer comes long days at the beach, family time spent by the pool, and barbeques with friends. While the warmer months bring many enjoyable things, it is important that we do not forget about common dangers that the season also brings. Here are five dangers to remember and protect against this summer. 1. Fires… Read more »

Summer in Colorado Proves Most Dangerous for Drivers

Colorado is a wonderful place to be during the summer months. Whether hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park, going to a Rockies game, or just lounging in your local park, the warmer months provide a great opportunity to get outdoors and have fun. Unfortunately, not everything is as enjoyable. Despite the state being known for… Read more »

School’s Out for Summer: Keep Our Neighborhoods Safe for Kids

School’s out for summer! Whether you’re a kid (summer is here!) or a parent (is it summer already?), it’s time to have some fun in the sun, mix up the routine, and take a break from Fortnite for some good old-fashioned outdoor recreation.   Due to this influx of children who will be running, riding… Read more »