Each year more than half a million people travel to South Dakota to attend the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, which takes place for 10 days in early August. The rally started in 1938 and has grown in popularity and size in the subsequent decades. Before the… Read On

As a leading Denver law firm we field questions every day from members of the public. One of the more common questions we hear is, “Should I get a lawyer for a car accident?” Many people want to handle their own claim but are worried… Read On

Lyft is a popular ridesharing service that allows car owners to use them as taxis. Just like regular taxi cab operators, however, Lyft drivers get in their fair share of accidents. If you were injured as a passenger, or if a Lyft driver struck you,… Read On

Uber’s popularity continues to grow in Denver and throughout Colorado. By logging into an app, a person can have a driver pull up right to their door to pick them up. Many people enjoy Uber’s low fares and quality service. However, Ubers have been involved… Read On

Call Denver Car Accident Lawyer Sean Olson for a Free Consultation Today. Every year, drunk drivers cause untold damage on Colorado’s roads. According to statistics, police arrest 60 people for drunk driving each day. Unfortunately, too many drunk drivers avoid arrest and cause serious injuries… Read On

Sean Olson is an experienced employment attorney in Denver, he’s ready to listen to you about your case. Both federal and Colorado law prohibits workplace discrimination on the basis of certain protected characteristics. Workplace discrimination is entirely unacceptable, and you should pursue all legal claims… Read On

Serious Injuries from Motorcycle Accidents If you need help from a car accident lawyer today, reach out to Sean Olson now. Motorcyclists suffer serious injuries when they collide with moving vehicles. Often, because the rider is so unprotected, they suffer a direct hit from the… Read On

Most workers assume that if their employers are not paying overtime, it is because overtime is not owed to them. This is a costly assumption. For most workers in the state of Colorado and Wyoming, overtime is a legal right. If an employer denies an… Read On