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Collecting Evidence for a Bike Accident Claim

By Mintz Law Firm | August 10, 2023

Bike accidents can have devastating consequences, resulting in serious injuries, medical expenses, and financial hardships. If you’ve been involved in a bike accident, it’s crucial to understand the importance of collecting compelling evidence to support your claim for compensation. Solid evidence can make a significant difference in establishing liability, proving the extent of your injuries,…

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Are You Liable for a Trespasser That Gets Hurt on Your Property?

By Mintz Law Firm | August 8, 2023

A trespasser is someone who doesn’t have permission or legal authority to enter someone’s property. Although the general rule is that property owners are not responsible for the safety or well-being of trespassers, there are exceptions to this rule. Property owners may still be held liable for a trespasser’s injuries in certain circumstances. Personal injury…

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3 Reasons You Need an Attorney for a Brain Injury Claim

By Mintz Law Firm | August 8, 2023

After experiencing a serious accident, many people suffer severe visible injuries that may take priority over injuries that are not always as immediately apparent, such as brain injuries. Furthermore, the signs of a brain injury are not always instantly recognizable, especially in the chaotic aftermath of a serious accident. Insurance companies use this chaos to…

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3 Steps to Take if a Wrongful Death Claim is Denied 

By Mintz Law Firm | August 7, 2023

After suffering a loss as a result of someone else’s negligence, many people file a wrongful death claim to recover fair compensation for funeral costs and other losses they’ve suffered as a result of their loved one’s death. If the claim is approved, people are able to recover compensation that they can use to address…

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Can Snowboarders Be Sued After a Snowboarding Accident?

By Mintz Law Firm | August 7, 2023

Snowboarding is one of the most exhilarating winter sports to partake in on the slopes in Colorado. While snowboarding is a great winter activity for individuals of all ages, it can also be incredibly dangerous. One of the most common accidents that occur on a resort’s slopes is when two snowboarders collide with one another.…

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Who Is Liable for a Snowboard Accident?

By Mintz Law Firm | August 7, 2023

Colorado is renowned for the incredible slopes that residents and tourists utilize for snowboarding, skiing, and other winter sports. While snowboarding is one of the more popular winter sports, it is also one of the most dangerous and has a high risk of injury. If you were injured in a snowboarding accident in Colorado, you…

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What Is the Snowboard Accident Claim Process Like?

By Mintz Law Firm | August 7, 2023

As a result of the Colorado Ski Safety Act, the circumstances in which a person is able to file for recoverable damages after most types of skiing and snowboarding accidents have significantly decreased. Under this law, most skiing or snowboarding accidents resulting from an “inherent risk or danger” associated with the sport are not valid…

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Colorado Law on Hit and Run / Miss and Run Accidents

By Mintz Law Firm | July 14, 2023

In this month’s article, we’re going to discuss Colorado’s law on accidents caused by drivers who don’t stick around after a crash – as they are supposed to do.   Specifically, we’re going to talk about the laws regarding insurance coverage when someone causes an accident and leaves the scene of the crash.  Colorado’s Law on…

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Are Dog Owners Still Liable for Non-Bite Related Injuries?

By Mintz Law Firm | July 12, 2023

While dog bites often take center stage in discussions about dog-related injuries, there is a broader spectrum of harm that can be caused by our four-legged friends. Understanding these legal implications is crucial for both dog owners and victims of dog-related injuries to navigate their rights and responsibilities effectively. If you or a loved one…

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Do Cyclists Need To Stop for Stop Signs in Colorado?

By Mintz Law Firm | July 10, 2023

As cycling gains popularity as a mode of transportation and recreation in Colorado, the question of whether cyclists need to stop for stop signs has become a subject of much debate. While motorists are required to come to a complete stop at stop signs, the rules for cyclists in Colorado are not as clear-cut. Understanding…

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