Can Assumption of Risk Impact My Workplace Injury Claim?

For many workers injured on the job, varying challenges stem from the injuries one endures. With workers’ compensation benefits, many find the help to pay for the necessary medical care and treatment of work-related injuries or illnesses. Injured employees or workers find difficulty in obtaining rightful workers’ compensation benefits because of liability and fault. You…

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Going to See the Fall Foliage? Drive Safe With These 3 Tips

Autumn can provide some of the most incredible scenic driving experiences. The cool weather and stunning foliage make an incredible combination for anyone on the road. Furthermore, the arrival of fall is followed by the excitement of the holiday season. There are many benefits to the arrival of fall, but the season also brings potential…

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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…

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Legal Dive: Nanez v. Industrial Claim Appeals Office

As we’ve discussed here in the past several times, workers’ compensation claims can be often be tricky. The sad truth, however, is that we often downplay some of the details because while some go mostly smoothly when you have all your ducks in a row, there are situations that are absolutely disturbing when you realize…

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Stay on the Right Side of Luck This St. Patrick’s Day

When St. Patrick’s Day arrives this year, millions of people across the country will once again be attending late night celebrations with their family and friends at bars and private parties. While most people will play it safe and be responsible, the truth is that there is a heightened danger for traffic accidents due to…

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Do You Have a Dog Bite Case?

Most of the time, dogs are man’s (and woman’s) best friend and considered to be part of the family. They provide companionship and support for millions of people across the globe, and because of our close relationships with them, our worlds would not be the same without them. Unfortunately, dogs – like all animals –…

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Hiking and Camping with Your Dog this Summer? What You Need to Know

Summer isn’t just a great time for us to get outside and enjoy ourselves – it’s a great time for our four-legged friends, too! Dogs need exercise and companionship just as much as humans do, and taking your dog along with you while hiking or camping can be beneficial for both you and your mutt.…

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What You Might Not Know About Vaccine Injury

Vaccines play an important role in staying healthy for both children and adults, but as you might expect, accidents do unfortunately happen from time to time. Although these accidents are not the norm, when they do occur, they can have long-lasting consequences that negatively impact a person’s life. What you might not know about vaccine…

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What Can I Do If My Insurance Company Is Being Unreasonable?

In the case of Nibert v. GEICO, the Colorado Court of Appeals answered questions about a plaintiff’s remedies when the plaintiff’s insurance carrier in an underinsured motorist (UIM) bodily injury claim was found to have unreasonably delayed paying UIM benefits. Please feel free to visit our page on UIM coverage to learn more about those benefits.…

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Worker Injured While Performing Union Activities

Union workers can wear many hats in relationship to their employment. They are like most other employees, union or otherwise, during the workday. They are supporters for fair wages and employment conditions during a strike. And those involved with union leadership are advocates for union members and negotiators of collective bargaining agreements with management. So,…

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