If you are looking for a trial lawyer for your personal injury case, you’ve seen hundreds of attorneys who say that’s exactly what they are. So how do you know which trial attorney is right for your personal injury or civil litigation matter? You need… Read On

It is a tough time to be a Muslim in America. With anti-Muslim rhetoric spouted by many of this country’s leaders, coupled with the growing impact of extremist Islamism in the aftermath of 9/11, tolerance towards this religious demographic has rapidly diminished. According to a… Read On

In Colorado, construction defect litigation is regulated through the Colorado Construction Defect Action Reform Act, also known as CDARA. CDARA imposes several requirements for construction defect litigation with the intent to control the number of construction defect lawsuits while also preserving the rights of property… Read On

Coloradans and Wyomingites in the workforce are entitled to extra compensation for their overtime work, thanks to the Fair Labor Standards Act (or FLSA). The law entitles certain employees to compensation of one and one-half times their regular hourly rate for every hour of overtime… Read On

Earning an hourly wage is hard enough, but sometimes people are asked (or demanded) to work overtime. What’s worse than that? Not being paid for the extra time you spent working. Thankfully the federal government has us covered, and you can thank Franklin D. Roosevelt’s… Read On

Although workplace discrimination is illegal in the United States, many employers engage in discriminatory practices. Race-based discrimination especially continues to occur in thousands of workplaces, causing racial and ethnic groups to either endure the abuse, leave their jobs, or sue employers on claims of unequal… Read On

A two-year-old boy in Fresno, California made headlines after he was severely burned in an incident involving a Keurig home brewing machine. Self-proclaimed coffee lovers Nick and Amber Von Flue bought the MINI Plus Brewing System to make instant coffee and to make hot chocolate,… Read On

Data compiled and analyzed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) national health interview survey recently determined which occupations, on average, generate employees who sleep the least. The rankings were based on two variables: the average amount of sleep the employees got within… Read On

At-will employment is the law in Colorado and Wyoming. The law mandates that an employer can terminate your employment relationship at any time for any reason – or for no reason at all. Likewise, you may leave your job voluntarily at any time without giving… Read On