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What Happens If a Pedestrian Caused a Car Accident?
Over the past decade, the rapid population growth in Colorado has resulted in sidewalks and roadways overflowing with pedestrian and vehicular traffic. Thus, it is not uncommon for
Recoverable Damages in Drunk Driving Accidents
According to the Colorado Department of Transportation, impaired drivers killed at least 248 people in 2021. This statistic represents an increase of 44% over the numbers from 2019.
Can I Receive Compensation for a Dog Bite Infection?
Even though dogs are “man’s best friend,” they can turn quickly and attack you without provocation. As a result, dog bites and attacks cause tremendous physical and emotional
What Is the Difference Between Gross Negligence & Negligence?
The difference between gross negligence and negligence is important to any personal injury claim. If the court finds a defendant liable for gross negligence, their victim may be
What Are Common Injury Symptoms Observed After A Car Accident?
Of the almost 93,000 reported car accidents in Colorado throughout 2021, over 25,000 resulted in some form of injury or death. To make matters worse, traffic fatalities in
Documenting Your Recovery Following a Personal Injury
Documenting your recovery via a diary is crucial when pursuing a personal injury claim in Colorado. Your attorney can present your diary to the court as evidence of
Don’t Dawdle When Dealing with a Dog Bite
Dog bites are common and the CDC estimates that there are in the neighborhood of 4.7 million bites that occur each year. Whether it is your neighbor's "friendly"
Don’t Sweat It During Your Deposition
It is quite possible that you will be deposed as you pursue your personal injury lawsuit. Depositions are a crucial part of the legal process and it is
Understanding Employer Liability for Ladder Failures
Ladder failures and worker errors are common causes of falls from heights in the workplace. In 2017, 34,000 people died in falls and 8,700,000 more suffered personal injuries.