May 26, 2018

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Scary Numbers for Distracted Driving in Colorado

April has been designated Distracted Driving Awareness Month, by the National Safety Council (NSC) and the Colorado Department of Transportation … [Read more...]

Icy Sidewalk Accidents in Denver – Who’s to Blame?

If you live in Denver, or visit in the winter, you will encounter slippery, icy sidewalks at some point in time. There is no way to keep them free of … [Read more...]

Denver Settles With Family of Deceased Inmate

Earlier this month, officials in Denver decided to avoid further legal disputes with the family of Michael Marshall, an African American inmate who … [Read more...]

Renters in Denver Could Prevent Eviction With Legal Representation

Since 2001, renters have become more and more financially squeezed. According to an analysis of data by Redfin, the number of people spending 30 … [Read more...]

Aurora Reaches $110K Settlement With Man Tased by Police

On February 19th, 2016, a man named Darsean Kelley was walking with his cousin, Izear Brown, down a dimly lit street in Aurora, Colorado. They were … [Read more...]

Distracted Driving in the State of Colorado

In the wake of what some state officials have dubbed a distracted driving epidemic, Governor John Hickenlooper signed a bill at the beginning of June … [Read more...]

Colorado Alcohol Laws

Colorado has strict alcohol-related laws relating to the purchase, sale and consumption of alcoholic drinks. DUI in Colorado In Colorado, driving … [Read more...]

Colorado Wrongful Death and the Common Law Spouse

Colorado is one of the few states that still embraces common-law marriage. Forming a common-law marriage, in Colorado, is very simple. You both agree … [Read more...]

Colorado Statute of Limitations for Civil Cases

If you have been injured by a negligent party, you may be entitled to monetary compensation to help cover the expenses associated with your injury. A … [Read more...]

Colorado Avoids Becoming a “Right-to-Work” State

Colorado legislators recently quashed a measure that would have introduced a “Right-to-Work” policy, making it illegal for companies to require that … [Read more...]