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Dangers of Running Red Lights While Driving

Red lights are designed to properly manage traffic and keep drivers and pedestrians safe. Most drivers learn about red lights and stop signs before they ever step behind the wheel and typically adhere to the rules of red lights while driving. Those who don’t follow the rules, typically cause serious accidents with severe injuries. By disregarding red traffic lights while driving, the driver is putting their life and the lives of others at risk.


$2.3 Million Dollar Wrongful Death Judgment Against Drunk Driver

After a hearing on May 1, 2019, an Adams County, Colorado District Court Judge entered a $2,282,005.00 wrongful death judgment against Shaelina Fragale. The court found Ms. Fragale responsible for the death of Marcus Burke, who was driving his employer’s HVAC van southbound on Hwy 85 in Commerce City on the evening of October 6, 2017. Ms. Fragale, under the influence of alcohol and marijuana, was driving northbound on Hwy 85 when she lost control of her vehicle, continued into the median and then became airborne, slamming into the driver’s...


After an appeal, a second jury orders Ford to pay.

On September 20, 2009 Forrest Walker was driving his 1998 Ford Explorer.  He was stopped at the intersection of Arapahoe Avenue and Cherryvale Road in Boulder. Walker’s Explorer was rear-ended. His driver’s seat malfunctioned, and he was thrown backwards sustaining head and neck injuries.


E-Scooters: Spontaneous Fun or Serious Danger?

Riding an electric scooter in Denver can be convenient, but it can also be dangerous. A visiting Minnesota executive landed in intensive care at Denver Health Medical Center after he crashed on the scooter he was riding March 10. He suffered a skull fracture and a traumatic brain injury.


Elderly Parent Care: Advice and Information

In January 2014 my Mom and Dad gave me their “Durable Power of Attorney.” This allowed me to work on their finances.  They also signed Advanced Medical Directives which gave my sister and me authority to make medical decisions for our parents if they could not.   


Tips on Sharing the Road with Bicyclists

Tips on Sharing the Road with Bicyclists


Rocky Mountain Region Breaks All-Time Skier Visit Record

The National Association of Ski Areas trade group announced on May 1, 2019, that skier visits in the U.S. increased by nearly 11% over last season with more than 59 million visits. The growth was most dramatic in the Pacific Northwest and Rocky Mountain regions. Rocky Mountain regions saw skier and snowboarder visits increase by 15.6%. The 2018-19 ski season will go down as fourth best in visitation since 1978. The National Ski Areas Association stated that the Rocky Mountains saw more ski visits than any other region. The visits surpassed 24...


Trucking Accidents: Everything You Need To Know

Truck accident cases are different. They are not just car accidents involving bigger vehicles.  Trucking accidents typically involve severe injuries and deaths.  Truck accidents usually involve complicated insurance issues – often because the primarily responsible vehicle is underinsured relative to the harm it has caused – and thus your lawyer will need to aggregate a mix of benefits for you from several policies, including your own underinsured/uninsured policies, if any.  Oftentimes, truck accidents involve multiple vehicles with multiple...

Parents Push for Colorado Chairlift Safety

Parents have joined forces to urge Colorado lawmakers to be aggressive towards the legislation renewing the Colorado Passenger Tramway Board into 2030. Parents want more flexibility to safeguard the state’s chairlifts. Lisa Wilder, a parent and ski safety advocate and other parents of skiing children, are pressuring lawmakers to be stricter with the board that governs chairlift safety. Parents want the board to be more thorough in tracking chairlift injuries and disciplining ski resorts who don’t meet safety standards.


Ski Rage Incident

In 2016 12-year-old J.A. was snowboarding for the first time at Mountain Creek Resort, when he slipped on an ice patch and slid into R.B., a young child on the bunny slope. J.A. was in shock after striking the child and his immediate thought was to get up to make sure R.B. was ok. As J.A. went to stand, he was struck by an adult skier from behind. According to J.A., the adult man stabbed him on his abdomen with the pointed end of his ski pole. The adult man then proceeded to punch J.A. in the face multiple times. J.A. sustained a rib contusion,...