Winter Driving Conditions

Posted Thu 17th Jan, 2019 | by | on Accident Law Firm, Articles, Legal Insights

Winter is a beautiful season and brings with it many wonderful hobbies, holidays, and memories. However, the winter season also brings poor driving conditions that can cause serious injuries. Freezing temperatures mixed with snow,sleet, or rain causes the roads to be slick and dangerous. So, while driving this winter season, follow some of these tips to keep as safe as possible. When driving in winter conditions it’s important to maintain slower speeds. This helps to …

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Electric Scooters in downtown Denver

Posted Fri 12th Oct, 2018 | by | on Accident Law Firm, Legal Insights, Personal Injury

If you have been around Denver recently, you’ve probably noticed people riding the electric scooters now available for rent in the downtown area. While these scooters are a great way for people to get places faster as well as help the environment, they come with risks. These scooters can go around 15 to 20 mph. That may seem slow at first, but it is fast enough to cause many injuries. These scooters are a great …

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5 Things You Should Do After a Car Accident

Posted Thu 3rd Dec, 2015 | by | on Accident Law Firm, Auto Accident Lawyer, Injury, Injury Law Firm, Lawyer

Over six million car accidents occur in the United States each year and, fortunately, most are relatively minor.  As personal injury attorneys, we deal with car accidents every single day.  Inevitably, a client or friend will ask me, “what should I do if I get into an accident?”  Obviously, there are many different things that you can and should do depending on the circumstances, but here are 5 things that everyone should do if they …

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Injured by a Drunk Driver?

Posted Tue 29th Sep, 2015 | by | on Auto Accident Lawyer, DUI, DWAI

If you were injured by a drunk driver, you may be entitled to punitive or exemplary damages.  These damages are in addition to your compensatory damages for things such as medical bills, wage losses, and pain and suffering.  A claim for punitive or exemplary damages may arise where there is evidence such as excessive speed, alcohol or drug abuse, or other evidence of gross negligence, willful and wanton, or reckless conduct. Keep in mind that …

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Civil Justice System and Tort Reform

Posted Thu 4th Aug, 2011 | by | on Injury Law Firm

You may have heard the story of the woman who spilled hot coffee on herself and later sued McDonald’s. Odds are that you don’t know the full story behind the case or that the 79 year old Plaintiff, Stella Liebeck, suffered Third Degree Burns as a result of spilling that cup of coffee that required years of medical treatment.  Hot Coffee is a great new film that discusses some of the popular myths about the civil justice …

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