What You Need to Know this Summer about Colorado Boating Laws

It’s summertime in Colorado, a great time of the year to explore and enjoy the beauty and nature of Colorado. For some of you that probably means heading out to the lakes, reservoirs, and rivers throughout the state. So let’s talk a little bit about Colorado boating laws and some…

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Why Trial Lawyers are Good for Business

One of the great things about America is our system of free enterprise which provides a thriving marketplace for us all. But this system exists because we have enforceable and meaningful access to a viable civil justice system. It is the trial lawyer that facilitates and provides this access to…

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Driving While Angry: What to do When Faced with Road Rage

Last month, in a Home Depot parking lot in Thornton, CO, a man was shot in the head by another. Why? Apparently, an act of road rage that turned violent. Unfortunately, such extreme cases of road rage occur, and it’s alarming. We should all be vigilant in understanding road rage…

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Colorado First in Nation to Enact Ridesharing Laws

You’ve probably heard of ridesharing apps, such as Uber® or Lyft®; however, you’re probably not aware that Colorado is the first state in the country to legislatively authorize ridesharing companies. Ridesharing companies, or transportation network companies (TNCs), are becoming increasingly popular. The apps often provide cheaper means of transportation than…

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Colorado’s Ski Safety Act

The arrival of cold weather months in Colorado represents the start of ski and snowboard season. While the slopes are a main attraction, offering endless outdoor engagement for winter sports enthusiasts of all ages, they aren’t without their risks. Ski accidents are an unfortunate hazard of this favorite winter pastime,…

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