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February 11, 2021

What To Do When Medical Bills Are Overwhelming

What steps should you take when medical bills begin to pile up following an accident? Whether you survive a car accident, suffer a slip and fall injury, or
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January 30, 2021

Should You Replace Seatbelts After a Collision or When Buying a Used Car?

Should you replace a seatbelt after an accident or when you buy a used car? It is not something most people think about, but the fact is that
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January 26, 2021

Does the Bus Driver Shortage Increase the Risk of a Public Transit Accident in Colorado?

It was barely 18 months ago when RTD announced they were facing a critical shortage of 120 full and part-time bus drivers. As of November 2019, RTD was short 30%
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January 23, 2021

Are Landlords Liable for Violent Acts in Colorado?

Are landlords liable for violent acts that occur on their property? It is a hot topic in Colorado and one that trial lawyers are watching closely. Under the
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January 13, 2021

Why You Should Always Get a 2nd Opinion for Medical Care

Whether you suffered a personal injury in a car accident, work-related accident, dog bite, ski accident, etc., it is advisable to receive a second opinion regarding your medical
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December 29, 2020

What Crash Information Does an Event Data Record Gather?

Event Data Recorders, or EDRs, collect and store invaluable data when a motor vehicle collision occurs. These devices are not mandated by federal law in the United States. However,
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December 23, 2020

Preventing Falls While Hanging Jingle Bells

It's that time of year again, and with a quick glance out the window, you can see the Jones' pulling their Christmas decor out of the garage. In
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December 17, 2020

Winter Driving Mistakes To Avoid This December

Colorado's scenery is some of the most beautiful in the country and our roads are some of the most treacherous. Whether you are heading into the office, running
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December 12, 2020

Drunk Driving Statistics Indicate Disturbing Trends

The bars may be closed, but that doesn't mean people aren't drinking and driving in Colorado. The scary reality is that drunk driving statistics from the Colorado State
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