Skiers Beware: Avalanche Season is Here

A Colorado Court Case from 2016 determined skiers are the ones liable for risks associated with avalanches, not ski resorts Colorado sees an average of 2,500 avalanches in a given year.  In 2019, Colorado Avalanche forecasters saw an even higher number with about 3,000 avalanches in our state. This was…

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Do You Have a Workers’ Comp or Personal Injury Case?

You are injured on the job and are unable to work. While struggling to take care of your medical needs you’re probably also trying to figure how to financially deal with everything and care for yourself, and possibly your family. You may even be frustrated with your employer if your…

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5 of the Spookiest Things Your Insurance Company Might Do

1. Not offer UM/UIM insurance, or explain to you what you’re rejecting by rejecting this coverageAn uninsured motorist or underinsured motorist insurance is something your insurance agent when you’re first buying a plan ,might not even cover with you. Or, they might gloss over it as a way to offer…

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Insurance Companies Aggressively Investigate Accident Claims – Are You Prepared?

When you are injured in an accident or on the job, you will likely need to negotiate with an insurance company to obtain the money you need to recover. While this might seem like a relatively easy task, the truth is that insurance companies work tirelessly to reduce their own…

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What are personal injury damages?

In your personal injury claim, you will hear the word ‘damages’ often. Damages mean the money awarded by the court. Let’s explore the different types you may encounter in your case. Special Damages vs. General Damages Examples of special damages: Lost Wages (Past and present, if able to be calculated):…

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