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Fatal Drunk Driver Accident Settles for Surviving Minor Daughter

This case involved the tragic death of Lilly Duncan.  Ms. Duncan, age 31, was killed by a drunk driver in a head-on collision on I-25 at approximately 11:40 p.m. on May 14, 2011. Ms. Duncan left behind a 12 year old daughter who was orphaned by the accident, having lost her father several years before.  The drunk driver entered I-25 using an off-ramp, and then began driving southbound in the northbound lanes of traffic.  Eventually, the drunk driver collided head-on into Ms. Duncan’s vehicle.


Judge Awards $18.5 Million to Victim

An Idaho Springs man was awarded $18.5 million for catastrophic injuries he suffered when a driver drunk left a mountain road and slammed into him as he was laying in his driveway, changing the oil in wife's car.


Jury Awards $240,000 in Slip and Fall

A Denver jury awarded $240,418.23 to Ms. Carol Wilson, who slipped and fell in her hotel bathtub at the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Denver, formerly the Adams Mark, resulting in a thoracic vertebrae fracture. Ms. Wilson’s bathroom shower was not equipped with a slip-resistant bathmat, a slip-resistant surface or a safety bar.


$1.5M Settlement for Ski Collision Victim at Utah Resort

Law Reporter - $1.5M Settlement for Ski Collision Victim Injured at Utah Resort


Ski Collision at Snowbird Results in $1.5 Million Settlement

Johnny Kotun, age 28, was an expert recreational skier. On March 25, 2007 at 4:00 PM, Kotun was traversing along a lower cat walk across the "Wilbere cutoff" and was headed toward one of the lower parking lots at Snowbird Ski Resort. Defendant, a 16-year-old off-duty junior ski instructor, was descending the cutoff, directly under the Wilbere chair lift. Defendant took a jump off of a transition, and performed a 360. He landed, carved two wide arc turns and collided at high speed into Kotun. Kotun was seen and heard waving his arms and shouting at...


Mother Brings Wrongful Death Claim for Electrocution of Son

Tina Mays brought a lawsuit against Knight Light, Inc. (“Knight Light”) for the wrongful death of her twenty eight year old son, Gerard “Jerry” Mitchell, who was electrocuted when he came into contact with a 277 volt energized circuit. Jerry was unmarried and had no children. He is survived by his mother Tina, and two sisters. Knight Light hired Jerry as an independent contractor to remove existing electrical ballasts in lighting fixtures on the fourth floor of the Texaco Building, and replace them with new, energy efficient ballasts.


$1.2 Million in Damages When Utility Truck Kills Grandmother

McCLELLAN v. JOHN PENNIE and YESCOMother and Grandmother Die from Car Accident Injuries.Husband Pursues Wrongful Death Claim


$6.1 Million for Fireman After Plunge Over Open Edge of Ski Run

Client suffered disabling brain damage in a skiing accident on a ski trail maintained at a ski area near Harrisonburg, Virginia by Massanutten Ski Resort.


Broadway Ballerina Awarded $2.4 Million in Damages For Ski Collision

C.U. v. ALEXANDER SHVARTSMAN