Miscellaneous

Colorado Funding for DUI Enforcement Safe for Now

Fortunately for the state of Colorado, Governor Ritter decided to scrap his recent plan to stop funding for drunk driving crackdowns. As part of his original budget cutting plan, Ritter proposed to take more than 1.3 million dollars away from the program that funds the overtime pay for police officers that man the Driving Under…

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Bachus & Schanker Bowls for Dolls for Daughters

On July 18th, 2009 I joined my husband and co-workers, Sammer and Kristian for the First Annual Dolls for Daughters Bowl-A-Thon. The Bowl-A-Thon took place at Elitch Lanes Bowling Alley. Others from Bachus and Schanker, including partners Kyle Bachus and Darin Schanker joined my team Turkey’s All Around for a day of bowling. I must…

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Bachus & Schanker Supports Dolls for Daughters Tea Party

I am writing to share a little bit of what Bachus and Schanker does outside of the walls of 1600 16th Street, Suite 450 in Denver, Colorado. Bachus and Schanker is so much more than your average personal injury law firm. It is a law firm that cares about giving back to its community. This…

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Boulder Teen hopes Third Time’s a Charm for Kidney Transplant

Kelsey Crider has been battling kidney disease ever since graduating from high school when a routine pre-college health exam revealed Kelsey was suffering from medullary cystic kidney disease. While she had no symptoms at the time, this life threatening disease causes the kidneys to gradually shut down. While Kelsey has been fortunate in that she…

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Dangerous Summertime Toys

It’s summertime, a kid’s favorite time of year. They have all day for fun and outdoor activities. And how many times have we, as parents said, “it’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt?” But, what if the toys, we as well-meaning adults are giving our children are unsafe. Some of their favorite toys,…

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Bicycle Safety Tips

Bicycle riding is becoming more popular that ever. Rising gas prices have many leaving their cars at home and riding their bicycles to work and to run errands. Many are turning to bicycles for the health benefits and to reduce pollution. Bicycle riding is easy, relaxing and fun and it’s something everybody can do. As…

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Lead Safety Law Creates New Danger for Youth Off Road Vehicles

A new law to make products safer for our children may place them in a different, yet greater danger. In February of this year the Consumer Protections Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (CPSIA) went into effect to ensure that products manufactured for children 12 years of age and younger are safe from lead contamination. This…

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