We were just provided information from the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA) regarding a recent scam that is targeting lawyers and their clients. We wanted to warn you about what this scam entails and what to do if you think you night have been targeted. According to the CTLA, this is how the scam works:… Read more »
The Gazette’s “Best of the Springs” voting is now open. By visiting the “Best of the Springs” website as shown in the video, you can vote for your favorite local businesses. Voting ends February 14th. And while you’re at it, vote for McDivitt Law Firm for Best Law Firm and Mike McDivitt for Best Lawyer. It’s always great to see how supportive our community is when choosing the nominees. We appreciate all who go and vote, and congratulations to all the nominees.
Congratulations to Aubrey Hall and Mia Elliott from Manitou Springs High School! They produced the winning PSA for the 2015-2016 Drive Smart Colorado High School Traffic Safety Challenge. For winning, the students presented certificates and a $500 donation for their school from McDivitt Law Firm. Their prizes were presented to them during an awards luncheon… Read more »
The Denver Post recently covered CDOT’s release of statistics on traffic fatalities in 2015. According to the article, 545 people died last year in Colorado from a traffic incident. That’s an 11.7 percent increase from 2014, where there were 488 traffic deaths. This was the first year since 2008 that Colorado had more than 500… Read more »
I often hear from clients who have suffered injuries in a car wreck the simple question, “Is it ok to go back to work?” Many clients are worried that going back to work could affect their auto accident claim. Rest assured that if you are capable of going back to work and the doctor has cleared you, then it is ok to return. However, let me delve a little deeper into this issue for you.
Sports are a great pastime and for keeping in shape, but they are not without their dangers. In the past few years, it seems that the dangers associated with youth sports have been on the rise. And after watching the movie Concussion with Will Smith, which focuses on the discovery of chronic traumatic encephalopathy in football players, I felt the need to cover ways for us to keep our young athletes safe while letting them still engage in sports.
America is captivated right now with the Netflix documentary “Making a Murderer.” However, for many of us this documentary not only makes us cringe at the evidence presented in the case, but some of the lawyers presented in the case make us upset as well. So spoiler warning readers, if you haven’t seen “Making a… Read more »
If you are the victim of another’s reckless or careless actions and are injured, you have more important things to focus on, such as your recovery, than your potential lawsuit. However, it is important to know what the process of a personal injury case may look like. Below is a step-by-step look at what stages a personal injury case may include. Remember, each case is different, and your case may not follow each step exactly.
McDivitt News, a monthly recap of the latest happenings at McDivitt Law Firm and around the community. In McDivitt News this month: One of our own was honored by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys. Our team came together with donations for Toys for Tots and Rocky Mountain Kids. Plus info on our annual Safe Ride program and our trip to a Denver University Hockey Game.