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Identifying and Understanding Elder Abuse

Sadly, elder abuse is more common than many of us know.  The National Council on Aging estimates that one out of every ten seniors in America over the age of 60 has been victim to elder abuse.  Their research shows that as many as 5 million seniors may be abused every year, but that only… Continue

5 mistakes not to make after a dog attack

More than 4 million dog bites occur each year in the U.S. alone, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. What should you do if you’re bitten by a dog in Colorado? We review five mistakes not to make in hopes that our decades of experience as Colorado personal injury lawyers will benefit… Continue

7 things to do after a slip & fall accident

Slip-and-fall accidents can lead to more than bruised egos — and they’re usually not the victim’s fault. Maybe you slipped and fell on an icy sidewalk outside your Denver apartment. Perhaps you tripped over an unsecured electrical cord at your Pueblo workplace. Or maybe your elderly mother fell at a Colorado Springs nursing home. What… Continue

5 famous celebrity wrongful death suits

When you think of the term wrongful death lawsuit, what comes to mind? Perhaps you think of OJ Simpson or 1990s-era pop star Brandy, two celebrities who were the target of wrongful death lawsuits. But just what is a wrongful death suit? Must you be rich and famous to be involved in one? Hardly. We… Continue

Teen Driver Safety Quiz

Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death of teens in the United States. As a law firm that represents victims of serious car accidents, we are reminded of the devastating consequences of dangerous driving every day. Take the 10-question quiz below to test your knowledge of basic teen driving safety.

Disclaimer: Information provided on this site is NOT formal legal advice. It is generic legal information. Under no circumstances should the information on this site be relied upon when deciding the proper course of a legal action. Always get a formal case evaluation from a licensed attorney if you think you might have a personal injury lawsuit.