Mintz Law Firm Blog

Why Is Medical Imaging Important in a Personal Injury Case?

By mintzdev | February 9, 2023

When a person is harmed by another party’s negligence, they may be able to recover fair compensation to cover the damages they’ve suffered. However, to recover fair compensation, they must first prove not only that the liable party was negligent but that their negligence caused substantial physical, emotional, mental, and financial damage. One way of…

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Does Bad Weather Remove Fault For a Motor Vehicle Accident?

By mintzdev | February 2, 2023

When the weather places a significant role in the occurrence of an accident, it can be difficult to determine whether or not a driver can still be held liable for damages. Does the presence of bad weather protect a driver from being held liable for damages? It often depends on the circumstances of the accident.…

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What to Know About Recovering Compensation After a Train Accident

By mintzdev | January 31, 2023

When passengers hop on a train, they expect to safely make it to their destination. However, trains generally operate at high speeds, which increases the risk of colliding with something and potentially resulting in serious injury. Railroad and insurance companies work hard to protect themselves against liability, but if negligence is the result of your…

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What Elements Need to be Proven in a Wrongful Death Case?

By mintzdev | January 24, 2023

Filing a wrongful death claim can be overwhelming, especially on top of the grief the surviving family feels after their loved one’s passing. For someone to be found guilty in a wrongful death case, the deceased’s surviving family needs to show the burden of proof assigned to a wrongful death. Clients coming forward with a…

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Is a Motorcycle Rider Automatically Liable for a Lane-Splitting Accident?

By mintzdev | January 17, 2023

Motorcycles are known to be able to zip quickly in and around traffic, which can be dangerous for riders, other vehicles, and pedestrians alike. This maneuverability can sometimes inspire riders to lane-split. Lane-splitting is a maneuver that entails splitting lanes with several vehicles while weaving traffic.  While it’s considered safer for riders than staying in…

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Can a Colorado Resort Still Be Held Liable If You Signed a Liability Waiver?

By mintzdev | December 22, 2022

A Colorado resort may be one of the most picturesque places to visit, but if you were to get injured while there, would you still be able to hold the resort liable? Most resorts require that you sign a liability waiver before participating in any activities such as skiing or snowboarding, but that doesn’t mean…

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How is Liability Established When Skiers Collide?

By mintzdev | December 20, 2022

Whether you find yourself on the beginner’s slope with your children or zipping down the side of a mountain with your hair flying in the wind, skiing in the winter is a tried-and-true Colorado tradition.  However fun skiing may be, it is also important to remember the potential dangers that come with it, especially during…

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Who Is Liable In a Colorado Snow Plow Accident?

By mintzdev | December 15, 2022

Snow plow accidents can cause serious damage and injuries to other vehicles or people due to their size and function. If you were involved in a snow plow accident, you may not know what steps to take next. Figuring out liability for these types of accidents can be difficult, but understanding who is liable for…

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What to Know About Colorado Winter Driving Accidents

By mintzdev | December 13, 2022

A Colorado winter can see up to 56 inches of snow a year, making for one of the most popular winter tourist destinations in the United States. Every holiday season, as the snow begins to fall, families and friends pack up their gear and drive over to The Centennial State for a weekend of skiing,…

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Keeping Up With Tire and Brake Maintenance During a Colorado Winter

By mintzdev | December 8, 2022

Maintaining your tires and brakes is essential for a safe driving experience in Colorado during the winter. Winter weather can be unpredictable and hazardous, with icy roads and snow-covered surfaces that can cause you to lose control of your vehicle. These weather conditions, along with improper tire or brake maintenance, may contribute to an accident. …

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