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June 2016 Archives

Brain injuries can seriously limit employment options

One of the problems that people who have sustained a brain injury face is the ability to secure employment. Even if they have recovered and are able to think, write and speak, they may still appear to prospective employers as disabled. According to 2014 statistics by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, just 17 percent of disabled people were employed. Of those, a third were working part-time.

The impact of driving under the influence in Colorado

Every 53 minutes a person in the United States dies in an alcohol-related crash - an average of 28 people per day and more than 10,000 people per year. An additional 121 million people reported driving while impaired in 2014 but only 1.1 million, or 1 percent, of those drivers were cited for driving under the influence.

Can you hold a property owner liable for a pool-hopping injury?

With summer comes an increase in often-careless behavior by young people with time on their hands. One such activity is something called "pool hopping." Kids go from home to home, usually at night, and take a swim in other people's pools. Often this is done in affluent communities where many people have their own pools. However, sometimes they'll sneak into public pools when they're closed.

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