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Social Media in a Personal Injury Case

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The use of social media has become ingrained in many of our lives. From random tweets to vertical videos on TikTok, there are seemingly endless ways for us to make our presence known on the internet. But just because something is widespread does not mean it is safe. Taking precautions when posting on social media is something everyone should do in general; but it is especially important if you are pursuing a personal injury case. Read our article to find out ways in which social media may harm a personal injury case and tips for avoiding situations that may impact...

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What is a Medical Lien?

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After a serious personal injury or car accident, you may be in need of urgent medical care. Emergency services can be shockingly expensive: the average ER bill for the US in 2019 was around $1,150. If you need extensive treatment and imaging, this can add up to thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars more. You may be wondering how these medical bills are addressed in the case of a personal injury or motor vehicle accident. In most cases, your provider will enact what is known as a “medical lien.”  What is a Medical Lien? If you do not have health...

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Proving Soft Tissue Injuries After a Car Accident

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Car accidents can result in a range of injuries, from whiplash to broken bones. In general, when you are injured in a collision, you will have medical documentation to support your diagnosis and the cost of treatment. This can then be used by your insurance adjuster to add to your settlement amount. In some cases, however, your injuries may be more difficult to prove. Proving soft tissue injuries after a car accident can be especially complicated, predominantly because they are not often detected on x-rays or other imaging.  But soft tissue injuries can be just as debilitating as other injuries and...

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Delivery Driver Slip and Fall Injuries

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What to Do If You Are Hurt Delivering Food or Packages These days, we rely on delivery drivers for just about everything, from groceries to takeout. These individuals spend a good amount of time both on the road and walking to and from homes where they drop off goods. This means they are more likely than most to be exposed to the elements, including rain, snow, or ice. These weather conditions can result in dangerous conditions that lead to  slip and fall accidents for drivers who are out on their routes. Unfortunately, such accidents can cause serious injuries and even death....

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Ski and Snowboard Accidents in Colorado

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Each Winter, millions of people flock to the Colorado Rockies for a taste of some of the world’s finest skiing and snowboarding. A few things are to be expected: expensive passes, lots of traffic, and long lift lines. What is not always expected is a serious accident. Of course, skiing and snowboarding carry inherent risks. Most of us will take at least a few good tumbles throughout the season. But what if an injury is not your fault? Can you sue another skier or snowboarder, or even the resort where the injury took place? Read our article to learn more.  The...

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Hiring a Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney

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Head Injuries after a Trucking Accident Collisions with tractor trailers or semi-trucks can result in significant injury to the driver and passengers of the smaller vehicle. The size and weight disparity between an 18-wheeler and a regular car can turn even a fender bender into an urgent medical situation. Unfortunately, some of the most common injuries that occur as a result of a trucking accident are to the head and brain. These can have long-lasting consequences and result in severe impairment. As you recover, it is crucial that you consult with a traumatic brain injury attorney to ensure you are fairly...

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Child Passenger Safety Laws Colorado

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We all want to keep our youngest passengers as safe as possible. Sometimes, however, we may be distracted or in a hurry and look for ways to get from one place to another as quickly as possible. This may involve overlooking the basic safety requirements for traveling with a child. But allowing a child to sit up front too soon, skip the carseat, or remain unbuckled can not only have disastrous consequences, the driver who allowed it to happen may also face legal repercussions.  What are Colorado’s Child Passenger Law Requirements? Colorado has regulations for child passengers up to a certain age...

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Slip and Fall Lawsuit

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In the US, slip and fall accidents result in over 1 million visits to the emergency room annually. Injuries caused by these accidents can be severe, and they account for 85% of all fractures sustained by individuals over age 65. While many slip and fall accidents occur within our own homes, there are plenty of instances when they happen on someone else’s property as a result of negligence. In these cases, you have the right to pursue legal action in the form of a slip and fall lawsuit against the person(s) responsible.  What is Premises Liability? Slip and fall cases typically fall...

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Dog Bite Injuries in Colorado

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In most cases, we don’t deserve dogs. Their loyalty, friendship, and service are something mankind has cherished for centuries. In the US, we love dogs so much that 48 million households have at least one canine companion. Unfortunately, with that many dogs, the incidence of dog bites is also on the rise. The CDC reports about 4.5 million dog bites every year, with over 800,000 bites needing medical care. It is important to know your rights and what steps to take should you or a loved one experience a dog bite.  Colorado Dog Bite Law In Colorado, Revised Statutes §13-21-124 state that...

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Who Is Responsible For a Bad Drug Reaction?

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Medications often come with a laundry list of potential side effects, ranging from mild to severe. You have likely experienced a reaction to a drug at least once in your lifetime. Over 4 million Americans visit the emergency room every year with complaints related to a new medication.  While side effects are often a necessary evil when taking a new drug, there are certain steps that both the pharmaceutical company and prescribing healthcare professional must take to ensure no one is unexpectedly harmed by a medication.  When is a Pharmaceutical Company Liable for Side Effects? It is the duty of the drug manufacturer...

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