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The Cost of Medical Bills Adds up Quickly in Colorado
Healthcare in Colorado comes at a price. Sometimes, that price can result in astronomical medical bills. When you are injured in a car accident, work-related accident, dog bite,
How Relaxation of Regulations Will Affect Employer Liability
The ripples caused by COVID-19 are spreading rapidly across the country. Many of these have gone unnoticed as people focus on their health, finances, and family. Among the
How to Speed Up Physical Recovery Following an Accident
Motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents, and work accidents all have one thing in common; they cause physical injuries that take time to heal. There are many factors that
Delaying Non-Critical Medical Care on Accident Claims
Motor vehicle accidents can cause serious injuries that can take months, even years, to recover from. Whether it's a spinal cord injury or damaged organs, these injuries can
Can Safety Regulations Fully Protect Workers From Viruses?
Are current safety regulations sufficient to protect workers against contracting viruses such as COVID-19? It is a topic that is going to get significant attention in the coming
Stay Safe at Home and Compliant With Stay-At-Home Orders
Boulder, Denver, and numerous cities throughout Colorado have implemented stay-at-home orders and other restrictions to help stop the spread of COVID-19 throughout the state. In Boulder, these restrictions
FMCSA Plans to Update Large Truck Accident Study
The last time the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) examined large truck accident causes was from 2001-2003. A lot has changed since then, and the FMCSA is in the
When Can You Pursue Compensation for Pain and Suffering?
Car accidents cause more than physical injuries and property damage. Often, the most significant injuries are the pain and suffering that can linger for months and even years
What Happens When You Get Caught Speeding in Colorado?
Speeding is one of the most common contributing causes of motor vehicle accidents. In 2016, Colorado recorded 216-speed related fatalities; it's a statistic that represented 35% of all motor