What to Know About Accidents Over the Holidays

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Holidays should be a time for rest and recovery but not if that means recovery from an accident sustained while on holiday. Accidents happen every day, and holidays are the worst time for motor vehicle accidents. Holiday parties, and the vibrant celebrating that often ensues, entice greater numbers of people to take the wheel after […]

How to Handle Different Motor Vehicle Accident Situations

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Traffic accidents happen every day. Actually, according to a report in 2008 by the National Highway Traffic Administration, in America they happen every 10 seconds, and they range in seriousness from bumping a nearby car while parking to a fatal crash. One percent of those traffic accidents result in death, a reported 37,261 deaths in […]

Slip and Fall Accidents on the Job: Who is at Fault?

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Slip and fall accidents can happen anywhere both public and private — on the job and off. It is important to know how to protect your rights regarding fault under slip and fall circumstances. Injuries from slip and fall accidents can range anywhere from short term to long, chronic periods of time including sprains, broken […]

Wrongful Death: Steps to Take Towards Compensation

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Wrongful death is a generally accepted description for the consequence of taking the life of an individual resulting from the willful or negligent act of another person or persons. If a person is killed due to neglect or wrongful conduct of a person or persons, the decedent’s beneficiaries and/or survivors may file a wrongful death […]

Product Liability in Colorado: Immediate First Steps

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Under Colorado product liability law, you have the right to have your case heard by a jury as well as recover damages for pain, suffering, disability, lost wages and also for future damages. The law of products liability is complex and varies between states in the degree of accountability in which they hold a defendant […]