Truck drivers have a heightened duty of care to others on the road, and when truck accidents do occur, they typically result in life altering, debilitating, and costly injuries. Fortunately, the law allows accident victims to recover compensation for their injuries and the subsequent damages… Read On

Having your gallbladder removed may be considered a minor surgery; but, if performed incorrectly, it can cause severe pain and complications. If you need assistance from an experienced medical malpractice attorney, reach out today. A cholecystectomy, also known as a gallbladder removal, is a surgery… Read On

Of all the motor vehicle accidents we see at the Olson Law Firm, truck accidents are usually the worst. Large commercial trucks—called “big rigs,” tractor-trailers, or 18 wheelers—can cause untold damage when they collide with smaller and lighter passenger vehicles. Commercial trucks often weigh 40,000… Read On

Car accidents happen every day on Colorado’s roads, but that fact does not make them any less stressful. After an accident, you might be in pain and unable to work. Your car might also need repairs or be totally wrecked. As bills pile up in… Read On

Any time someone injures you negligently or recklessly, you should seek compensation for your injuries. At the Olson Law Firm, we have represented countless clients in personal injury lawsuits and have sued motorists, businesses, and medical professionals. Unfortunately, there is no “average” settlement personal injury… Read On

After a devastating accident, you probably need compensation to pay for medical bills and replace lost wages if you cannot work. Unfortunately, the driver at fault for the accident or his insurance carrier is not anxious to make a fair settlement. How long will it… Read On

There are too many drunk drivers on the road. According to Colorado State Patrol, about 500 accidents each year are caused by drunk drivers, which injure thousands of people. If you have been hit by a drunk driver, you can sue him or her for… Read On

Most employees in Colorado are “at will,” which means your boss can fire you at any moment, for any reason, or no reason at all. Nevertheless, employers do not have an unlimited power to lay people off. Employees have many legal rights, which can be… Read On