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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Woman to receive $65,000 after wrongful death of d…  

A Denver woman hired a cleaning service to clean her home for three hours, and when she returned home from running errands she found that the cleaning professionals had left, and her dog was dead underneath  her dining room table. The woman claimed that her dog had somehow exited the home, and was then hit by a motor vehicle. The cleaners were aware of the fact that the dog was injured, and allowed the canine to just curl up in an area of the home, and slowly die. A wrongful death lawsuit was filed against the cleaning company, and a Denver judge sided with the dog's owner in the case. The judge deemed that the cleaning company was responsible for the negligent death of the dog. A verdict of $65,000 was announced in the case. This verdict may be classified as one of the largest payouts in the case of a dead animal, showing that family pets are worth more than what they were purchased for.

Denver gas prices see large rise in one year…  

The Denver slip and fall attorneys of Hull & Zimmerman, P.C. have learned that gas prices throughout the city of Denver have increased by 31.4 cents a gallon in one year's time. A gasoline website in Denver revealed that in one year, the gas prices in the the city grew by 31.4 cents per gallon. On Sunday, the average price for a gallon of gasoline was $3.82 in Denver. The national average for a gallon of gasoline in the United States was found to be $3.91 on Sunday. The national price has gone up by 17.2 cents in one year. According to a petroleum analyst, the increase of gasoline prices may finally be slowing. Gas prices have declined in the city of Chicago as well as in different areas of California. The analyst relates this decline to the correct utilization of refineries. To learn more about the changing gas prices in the city of Denver, please visit today.

Issue with reverse 911 system causes 3 deaths in C…  

On March 26, a controlled wildfire broke loose of it's boundaries and caused damage to several homes, killing three people. The fire was started by the Colorado Forest Service, but quickly left the contained area. Several concerned residents started calling 9-1-1 in order to learn if they were in danger. The dispatchers relayed the most recent information they had to the individuals on the other end of the line. Three people lost their lives because of that information. They were told that their homes were not in the path of the wildfire, and that they would be safe at home. Moments later, their houses were engulfed in flames. The reverse 911 system that informs people in harm's way malfunctioned that day, and did not notify every person on the list. Only 88 percent of the individuals were told of the dangers. This functioning issue with the system caused those residents to lose their lives. The families of the deceased could consider filing a wrongful death lawsuit in regards to the circumstances surrounding their passing.
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