Information for clients and prospective clients
Bachus & Schanker, LLC has created a variety of resources to help consumers and injury victims better understand the law, their rights, and how we help.
Frequently asked questions about our firm and the personal injury case process.
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- Free Living Will
We offer a free living will template by PDF for you to download and share with your loved ones.
- Case or no Case
Is there a personal injury case? View our example case scenarios by video to learn whether there’s a case.
- Bachus & Schanker, LLC Scholarship
We offer a scholarship to qualified students each school year. Get application details.
- Cares Foundation
The Bachus & Schanker, LLC Cares Foundation offers financial and hands-on assistance to numerous Colorado charities each year.
- Client Access
Our information resource for current Bachus & Schanker, LLC clients. Requires login. (Contact our office to get your login).
- Careers with Us
We’re always looking to add to our staff. Interested in a career with Bachus & Schanker, LLC? Start here.
Government information for the state of Colorado and United States
- Colorado General Assembly
The Colorado General Assembly is the law making body of the Colorado State Government. There are 65 representatives in the House of Representative and 35 senators in the Senate. The General Assembly meets for 120 days every year between January and May. Learn about legislation impacting your consumer rights, your right to jury trial, and to contact your legislator.
- Project Vote Smart
Your legislators represent you based on where you live. The Project Vote Smart website allows you to put in your zip code and the site will identify all of your elected government officials.
- Contact your House of Representatives member
After you have identified who your state representative is, use this site to contact your House of Representatives member.
- United States Congress
The United States Congress is the law making body of the United States Government. There are 435 representatives in the House of Representatives (seven from Colorado) and 100 senators in the Senate (two from Colorado). Congress regularly considers and enacts laws impacting individual and consumer rights. In addition, for many years large corporations and their lobbyists have been working to dismantle your United States Constitutional right to jury trials through enactment of federal laws. At the Project Vote Smart website, put in your zip code to identify all your elected officials. Once you identify your Representative, you can visit the US House of Representatives website to contact your Representative. Once you’ve identified who your Senators are, you can visit the US Senate website to contact your US Senators.