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February 2018 Archives

4 mistakes to avoid at all costs after an auto accident

Colorado's Department of Motor Vehicles offers some suggestions for what people should do after a car accident. It is vital to never leave the scene until police have a chance to arrive. You should also make sure to exchange your contact and insurance information with the other party. 

Six-figure settlement in auto accident with city worker

Denver residents are used to sharing the roads with city vehicles. Colorado cities and municipalities try to do their best to ensure that their employees are trained and equipped to ensure the safety of others as they drive to and from sites throughout the area. But when a city employee causes a motor vehicle accident while on the job, it's important for victims to understand their rights in these circumstances.

Occupational hazards faced by today’s nurses

If you are among the many men and women who currently make a living as a nurse, you probably find at least some degree of fulfillment in working a job that allows you to help others in need. As rewarding as a career in nursing can be, however, it is not without inherent dangers, and nurses face a myriad of risks and workplace hazards specific to the nursing profession.

Self-driving trucks: the answer to truck accidents?

When truck drivers drive negligently, the results can be catastrophic. Despite federal trucking regulations governing drivers as well as trucking companies, many still drive drowsy, under the influence of drugs (prescription or otherwise) or take dangerous actions behind the wheel that lead to truck accidents with serious injuries or deaths resulting. New technology, however, has some observers cautiously optimistic that it could make the roads safer for drivers in Denver and across the country who must share the road with tractor-trailers.

Why you should hire an attorney after a car accident

If you have never been involved in a car accident before, you might only now realize the long-term effects that often come from these events. Maybe you are unable to work for a time, and this has made paying your bills a struggle. Your rising medical expenses may also cause you stress, even though you hope the other driver's insurance company will eventually pay them.

Police seek video evidence in possible drunk driving accident

We'll continue from our last post on the unfortunate subject of the dangerous roads in Colorado today. With over 600 lives lost behind the wheel in Colorado last year, 2018 has already seen two highway deaths just north of Denver.

Colorado traffic fatalities climb 29 percent in 3 years

Drivers across Colorado already have to worry about inclement weather, seasonal snowfall and steep mountain roads, but now they have a new concern. According to, the number of fatalities on the state’s roadways has climbed nearly 30 percent over the last three years, with 630 people losing their lives on Colorado roads in 2017 alone.

What is the timeline for filing a workers' compensation claim?

Injured workers in Denver are often urged to take action as soon as possible if they want to claim benefits. But just how soon is that, and what action, or actions, are required in seeking workers' compensation? For the answer, we look to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, which offers a helpful timeline summarizing the claims process and the responsible parties at each step.

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