When we’re going through our usual daily routine we rarely think about getting injured. When headed to get coffee before work, you probably aren’t thinking you may get rear-ended at the light. When you go to your job site, you’re most likely not assuming a piece of equipment is going to fall on you. The fact is though, these things do happen. And when they do it may be your fault, but sometimes the fault lies elsewhere. So, how do you know if you have a justifiable personal injury claim? Today, we’re going to tell you about the two most frequently pursued personal injury claims that we see.(more…)
When a loved one has been killed due to the negligence of another, emotions run high. It can be very difficult for families to deal with all of the legalities and specifics that go into a wrongful death lawsuit.
Even those of you who drive following all of the Colorado driving laws and rules, use proper road etiquette, and take driving safely seriously are put at risk every day you get into a vehicle. Why? Because just because you’re doing it the right way, doesn’t mean everyone else is. In fact, everyone else most certainly is not.(more…)
Many people struggle to understand why wrongful death lawsuits exist. After all, no one can bring back someone who passes, and sometimes we hear about wrongful death suits being filed in cases where someone also faced criminal charges. So why do they exist? What is the purpose? Here are some of our answers to the frequently asked questions about wrongful death.(more…)
Our kids are not alright. In fact, they’re now at an increased risk for sustaining a fatal accident. Between 1999 and 2013, the accidental death rate for children between the ages of 10 and 19 declined 49%. Safety experts believed that we were all on the right track for living longer and safer lives, and for keeping our kids out of harm’s way. But now, a new report looking at fatal accidents and the youth from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that between 2013 and 2016, accidental deaths were up a staggering 13%. These fatalities were mostly due to injury-related deaths, such as traffic accidents, drug overdoses, and suicides. (more…)