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Hiking in Colorado

Colorado is home to 8.3 million acres of public land and more “fourteeners” (mountains 14,000 feet high or above) than any other state. Additionally, more than 98 percent of Colorado residents live within 50 miles of at least one state park. It’s hardly … Continue reading

court document reading wrongful death on table with gavel

If your family member died because of someone else’s wrongful act, you have the right to demand answers and seek justice for their untimely death.  While wrongful death and survival actions are often linked, they are considered distinct legal concepts … Continue reading

car accident with three vehicles bumper to bumper

Figuring out who is at fault for a car accident can be hard enough when only two vehicles are involved. But each additional vehicle makes establishing liability much more complicated, as is the case in a chain-reaction crash. To help … Continue reading

Injured Person Filling Out Personal Injury Claim Paperwork

If you’ve been severely injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligent actions or inactions, you have the right to seek fair compensation for your injuries, medical expenses, pain, suffering, and other losses. It’s crucial to maximize your injury … Continue reading

Motorcycle on open road with mountains in distance

One of the most contentious disputes between some motorcycle riders and safety advocates concerns lane-splitting. Some motorcyclists argue lane-splitting could help prevent accidents, while opponents say lane-splitting makes everyone less safe. So, who’s right, and is lane-splitting even legal in … Continue reading