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When and How to Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer

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May 5, 2024

Dealing with the aftermath of a serious injury is often difficult, painful, and costly. It’s possible as well that your injury came about as the result of someone else’s actions. Insurance may be available to cover some costs and help you cope with the difficulties ahead, but if you are …

What Factors Affect the Outcome in a Personal Injury Case in Colorado?

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April 20, 2024

Thanks to ads and billboards touting astronomical numbers, our society has been trained to think that all car crashes mean big bucks for victims. But that is not the case. Yes, depending on several factors, if you are a victim of a car crash in Denver, you may be owed …

Frequently Asked Questions about Personal Injury Attorneys

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March 19, 2024

You have no doubt been bombarded by Denver personal injury ads, so you know that you’re supposed to call a personal injury attorney after a car crash. But do you understand what a personal injury lawyer does and the many ways we can help crash victims?

A lot of emphasis …

Slip and Fall Cases in Colorado

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February 13, 2024

Have you been hurt on someone else’s property? It may seem like you have a right to sue them, no matter the circumstances, because you were hurt and they should be held responsible! But slip and fall cases in Colorado can be more complex than they seem. If you suffered …

Vibrio vulnificus is Expanding Thanks to Warming Oceans

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December 24, 2023

This story is about a real-life, flesh-eating bacteria. It’s called Vibrio vulnificus and I have written about it before because I have represented victims who got the disease from eating raw, untreated oysters.

I’m writing about it again because climate change is making it worse and its reach is expanding. …

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