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Blog Posts in May, 2017

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  • Think About the Elements of a Slip-And-Fall Accident
    Think About the Elements of a Slip-And-Fall Accident

    We recently discussed how some people who suffer from a brain injury might opt to seek compensation from the parties who are liable for the accident. One of the accidents that might lead to brain ...

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  • Seek Compensation for the Totality of Brain Injury Damages
    Seek Compensation for the Totality of Brain Injury Damages

    A brain injury can start out minor, but even those can take a turn for the worst quickly. In some cases, you might think that all is fine until your symptoms intensify. The fact is that there is a ...

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  • Don't Miss Your Shot at Compensation After a Hunting Accident
    Don't Miss Your Shot at Compensation After a Hunting Accident

    Do you enjoy hunting like many others who live here in Colorado? Whether you hunt to bond with family or enjoy time with friends, the goal remains the same: to have a good time, bag some game and get ...

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  • Think About All Possible Damages When You File a Lawsuit
    Think About All Possible Damages When You File a Lawsuit

    One of the factors that you have to determine when you are seeking compensation after a car crash is how much compensation you are going to seek. This is something that might seem easy to determine, ...

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  • How Safe Are Colorado's Ski Slopes?
    How Safe Are Colorado's Ski Slopes?

    Colorado's numerous ski resorts provide millions to the state economy every day of the season. And though helmets are more common than they used to be, the fact injuries and deaths still happen in our ...

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  • Be Alert for the Signs of a Distracted Driver
    Be Alert for the Signs of a Distracted Driver

    Distracted driving is a hot topic nationally, and Colorado is no exception. In 2016, Colorado saw an 11 percent spike in roadway fatalities throughout the state. The executive director of Colorado's ...

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