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Car Accident Results in UM Claim Dispute

Our client N.C. was visiting Denver during the National Western Stock Show in January, 2014. She was a passenger in a car driven by her husband when their vehicle was rear ended by a texting teen. They were at a stop and were hit from behind at a high-rate of speed.

Family and Friend Rammed by Negligent Driver

The accident occurred around 6:30 pm on a clear evening in April, 2016. Our client, R.J., was a passenger in a car headed to dinner on Plum Creek Drive. The Defendant turned onto Plum Creek without checking for oncoming traffic and, pulled out in front of the plaintiffs. Although our client was traveling at a slow speed (30 mph; posted speed limit it 35 mph), she was unable to avoid a collision with the negligent driver.

Negligent Driver Cuts Off Motorcyclist, Case Settles for $375,000

K.T. (52) was riding his Harley-Davidson northbound on Canterberry Parkway, in Parker, on May 14, 2016 around 12:15 pm. The accident occurred when the Defendant (Robert Smith) took a left heading towards the Black Bear Golf Course, directly cutting in front of K.T. Skid marks indicate that K.T. tried to slow down to avoid impact, but was unsuccessful. The force of the collision threw K.T. and his motorcycle into the air and over Mr. Smith’s car.

Car Accident Leaves Plaintiff with Permanent Impairment

In January 2016, E.C. (55) and her husband were involved in a motor-vehicle accident at the intersection of Broncos Parkway and South Potomac Street. The plaintiffs were rear-ended by a car traveling 40 miles per hour. The Defendant had bent down to put something away while approaching the light. E.C. immediately felt pain in her neck and back but the initial x-rays did not reveal anything conclusive. Days later, she mentioned having great difficulty with her short-term memory, on-going headaches, and her neck pain was now causing numbness in both...

Car vs. Pedestrian: A Case of Careless Driving

It was just supposed to be a quick Starbucks run. Our client, L.B. (67), parked his car in a Starbucks parking lot off of Wildcat Reserve Parkway in Highlands Ranch on April 26, 2015. He was walking towards the door when he was struck on the right side by a 2010 Jeep Cherokee. L.B. suffered from multiple bruises, a fractured humerous (in two places) and a damaged shoulder socket.

Fatal Head-On Car Crash: Family Grieves the Loss of a Grandfather

On September 6, 2015, Benjamin Andrade lost his life in a head-on motor vehicle accident. Mr. Andrade was traveling north on Wadsworth Boulevard in the front passenger seat of a Tahoe at the time of the accident. The car was fully occupied: his daughter Valerie was driving and his wife and three grandchildren were in the back seat. Their Tahoe was struck by the Defendant, Amy Classen, who was traveling south on Wadsworth Boulevard near 6th Avenue. She was driving at a high speed crossing into northbound lanes until the collision. In the accident...

Negligence at Whole Foods Results in Horrible Slip & Fall Accident

At 2:30 on Monday July 6, 2014, M.R. and her husband went to a Whole Foods in Denver. While in the vegetable section, M.R. slipped on a puddle of liquid–about 3 feet wide–and fell. There were no signs or cones in the area to warn her of potential danger. M.R.’s right hip and shoulder made direct contact with concrete floor causing her to sustain a severe rotator cuff tear in addition to immediate, hip, back, and shoulder pain. Only after she’d fallen did Whole Foods put out “Wet Floor” sign. With the assistance of her husband she was able to get up...

Night Tubing in Granby was Supposed to End in Laughter Not Tragedy

L.K., his wife and young daughter headed to Granby for an evening of tubing and hot chocolate at the Granby Tubing Hill on March 2, 2013. L.K.n had gone tubing and sledding before and was excited to try a new hill. The Granby Tubing Hill consists of a lift, three downhill tubing lanes, and a run-out area (man-made barrier at the end of the run made up of blue padding connected with cable or wires) to help decelerate tubers.

Vail Skier Crashes Into 9-year-old

On Sunday, March 11, 2012 (Spring Break), B.P. (then 9 years of age) was skiing at Vail Ski Resort in Eagle County, Colorado. Lee Skavanger skied into B.P. from uphill, behind, and at high speed, causing B.P. to sustain a right, mid-shaft femur fracture. Vail Ski Patrol attended B.P. at the scene and evacuated him off of the mountain to Vail Valley Medical Center where Drs. Randall Viola and Normal Waldrop III performed intramedullary nailing that same day. B.P. was discharged on March 13, 2012, and then returned to his home in San Antonio, Texas,...

Rearend Collision Kills Couple

Sally Jane Catanese and William Raymond Catanese (hereinafter “Decedents”) were killed in a tragic automobile accident that occurred in Missouri on October 27, 2012. The accident occurred when a 2006 Toyota Avalon being driven by Harry Walker Crowell hit the rear of a 2002 GMC Sonoma being driven by Sally Catanese. William Catanese was riding in the front passenger seat. The impact from Crowell’s Toyota Avalon caused the Catanese’ GMC Sonoma to leave the roadway and roll several times. Sally and William Catanese were pronounced dead at the scene....