Who Pays in a Wrongful Death Suit?
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Who Pays in a Wrongful Death Suit?

Your grief Coping with a wrongful death is a deeply personal and tragic event. Your grief can seem overwhelming, making it feel impossible to tackle even the smallest of everyday matters, such as getting dressed or cooking meals. Since routine tasks are challenging, it’s understandable if you’re uncertain about your legal options after losing a…

Hit By A Drunk Driver

Hit By A Drunk Driver

Accidents involving drunk drivers in Colorado are far too frequent, with impaired driving deaths reaching their highest numbers in two decades. If you or a loved one has been involved in a drunk driving accident, you must act immediately. We provide you with some essential guidance on the steps to take, emphasizing safety, legal obligations,…

Catastrophic Injury Examples

Catastrophic Injury Examples

Every day, tens of thousands of people suffer injuries. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates that in 2020, 38 million people went to emergency rooms seeking treatment for injuries. This figure equals an average of over 103,000 people per day.   Understandably, those with injuries may feel traumatized and distraught. When you’re hurt, it’s…

The Rise Of Pedestrian Deaths In Certain U.S. Geographies
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The Rise Of Pedestrian Deaths In Certain U.S. Geographies

Road users include people walking, bicyclists, and people driving vehicles. Although the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) encourages road users to share the roads safely, the number of pedestrian deaths United States records continues to rise. Pedestrians that survive accidents may suffer catastrophic injuries such as traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) and spinal cord injuries…

What Is Workers’ Compensation and How Does It Work?

What Is Workers’ Compensation and How Does It Work?

Have you been hurt at work? You may be wondering how you’re going to pay your bills and support your family. You may qualify to claim financial support through the workers’ compensation system. Our Colorado attorneys for workers’ compensation benefits explain what you need to know. What Is Workers’ Compensation? Workers’ compensation is an insurance…

Driving Without a License in Colorado
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Driving Without a License in Colorado

Even though it’s illegal to drive without a license, as many as 13 percent of drivers take to the roads without a valid license in hand. Driving without a license is illegal in the State of Colorado. Whether you’re caught driving without a license or you’re in an accident with an unlicensed driver, you need to know Colorado’s unlicensed driver laws. Here’s what you need to know from our Denver car accident lawyers.