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Do I Have to Go to Court for a Car Accident in Denver?

July 15, 2020
Seeking compensation for a car accident in Denver, Colorado can be a trying process. If it is your first time filing a claim to damages, you may not know what to expect. While there is a chance you may have to go to court to receive fair compensation, the majority of car accident claims...
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How to Respond to a Low Settlement Offer

June 23, 2020
Dealing with an insurance company is one of the most difficult aspects of a personal injury claim. Even if you succeed in proving someone else’s liability for your accident and injuries, you may then have to contend with a lowball settlement offer or other bad faith tactics from an insurance provider to ensure a...
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Are Pit Bulls Allowed in Colorado?

June 16, 2020
Many cities and states have laws in place restricting dog ownership in terms of breed and type. These controversial laws stem from statistics that show some dog breeds tend to be more dangerous than others. For example, for three years in Denver, pit bulls were in the top six biting dog breeds across all...
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Pedestrian Safety for Kids

June 9, 2020
Pedestrians are the most vulnerable roadway users. Children are the most susceptible type of pedestrians to accidents. When walking to school, the park or somewhere else in Colorado, children are the most at risk of collisions with motor vehicles. Data from the Colorado Department of Transportation shows 90 pedestrian deaths in the state in...
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Senior Pedestrian Safety

May 4, 2020
As important as it is for senior citizens to get fresh air and exercise, it is equally critical that they stay safe as pedestrians in Denver. Pedestrians are the road’s most vulnerable users, with children and the elderly the most at-risk populations. In 2018 alone, 90 pedestrians in Colorado lost their lives in traffic...
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