Recent developments in Colorado law, consumer rights and ski safety discussed.

Ski Rage Results in Lawsuit

Last Valentine’s Day, a 12-year-old fell while skiing at Mountain Creek, a small ski resort in New Jersey. The youngster slid into Samuel Caruthers and... Read more →

Baby Powder Trial Tossed

Johnson & Johnson faces more than 1,000 lawsuits claiming the company’s talc powder, commonly called baby powder, caused ovarian cancer. But for the roughly 200 women... Read more →

Return of the Ski Train

State officials and Winter Park staff recently announced that weekend passenger train service between Denver’s Union Station and Winter Park Ski Resort will begin Jan.... Read more →

Back to School

The week following the Labor Day holiday is the traditional beginning of school, with many students in Colorado beginning even earlier in August.  Commuters must... Read more →

Paddleboarding Safety a Must

A young woman was seen to fall off her paddleboard at North Pond in Silverthrone yesterday.  Other paddleboarders and several kayakers were alerted and attempted... Read more →

Another New England Lift Mishap

Forty-eight people were rescued from two cars that became stranded on the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway Sunday afternoon. All forty-eight passengers, including an 8-month-old girl,... Read more →

Early Season Fatal Accidents

Two experienced female skiers suffered fatal injuries this past week. Both apparently lost control and collided into a tree. Officials report that a nine-year old... Read more →

Baby Safety Month

            September is Baby Safety Month, sponsored annually by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA). This month-long event increases consumer... Read more →