When hazardous or damaged walkways cause people to slip and fall or suffer injuries due to it not being maintained, it is understandable to wonder who is responsible for these accidents that occur. In Colorado, cities like Denver have held property owners accountable for installing and maintaining sidewalks within the public right of way. If…

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The presence, or absence, of a wet floor sign can be a determining factor in the direction a Colorado slip and fall case goes. If you want to hold a property owner legally liable for your slip and fall case, then it will come down to being able to prove that the property owner failed…

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5 Things to Consider Before Ignoring a Slip and Fall

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

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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Five Tips for Avoiding Winter Slip and Falls

2020 has been a year of many firsts, but one thing that remains the same is the start of the winter season. Here in Colorado—as you might expect—roads, floors, and sidewalks can get slippery when snow and ice start to build up. Now is time to start thinking about how to keep you and your…

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