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December 21, 2019
Staying Safe in Colorado's Winter Weather

Staying Safe in Colorado’s Winter Weather

An estimated 800 people die each year throughout the United States in car accidents that are caused by sleet, freezing rain, and snow, according to a new study. Researchers discovered […]
December 20, 2019
Can Independent Contractors Receive Workers' Comp?

Can Independent Contractors Receive Workers’ Comp?

The rise of the gig economy has also brought about a surplus of independent contractors. It may come as a surprise to find that not all independent contractors are employees. […]
December 19, 2019
Do You Know How to Pick the Right Nursing Home?

Do You Know How to Pick the Right Nursing Home for Your Loved One?

We all want to live out our twilight years in peace—and we all want the same for our loved ones as well. But choosing the right nursing home or elder-care […]
December 17, 2019
Is There a Difference Between Wrongful Death and Homicide?

Is There a Difference Between Wrongful Death and Homicide?

There is nothing that compares with losing a loved one—especially if their passing happened as a result of someone else’s negligence or recklessness. The pain and trauma that comes with […]
December 17, 2019
So You Got in a Colorado Truck Accident. Now What?

So You Got in a Colorado Truck Accident. Now What?

Few people know the considerable impact the trucking industry has on the Colorado economy. According to a recent report from the Colorado Motor Vehicle Association, the trucking industry alone pays for […]
December 16, 2019
Misconceptions Concerning Colorado Car Accidents

Phases of a Colorado Personal Injury Case

Personal injury cases may share broad similarities but each case is entirely unique. There isn’t a specific way in which all personal injury cases are dealt with. All of them […]