Queener Law is pleased to announce the annual Noah Thomas Foster Scholarship, which will offer a $1500 scholarship to be applied towards tuition or other education-related expenses. This scholarship will be awarded on a annual basis to one high school senior from one of the following states; Kentucky, Tennessee or Colorado, that will be attending… Read more »
Does climate change effect travel or does travel effect climate change? Should you take planes, trains, automobiles, maybe even a cruise?
Vision Zero, Denver’s push to end traffic deaths is underway. How will it prevent traffic collisions?
In a time when the Mayor’s office, City Council, and the member-organizations of the Downtown Denver Partnership are working to increase ridership for public transport, RTD is announcing a driver shortage for both light rail and busses that is causing major delays for Denverites. RTD’s assistant general manager of communications, Pauletta Tonilas, told The Denver… Read more »
Sure, Colorado’s hovercraft test center crashed on the financial runway before the first flight. But that doesn’t mean the Jetsons life of our dreams – since Saturday morning cartoons didn’t involve kids of our own – will never happen in our era! And we, however begrudgingly, now have Uber to thank for it. With baby… Read more »
When an employee’s negligence on the job causes injury, the employer is often responsible. There are so new caveats t that, but means of compensation still readily exist.
Harken back to the days when the milk man used to cycle to and fro, carting an icebox on his bike with glasses of cold milk jingling inside. True, some of us will instead have to harken back to the days that the more… distinguished… members of our family recalled these tales for us with… Read more »
Colorado Springs, Castle Rock, Fort Collins, and other Front Range commuters: Your lives may be about to change… in a few years… perhaps… Colorado Department of Transportation has been contemplating — and is now studying — adding a passenger railway covering 173 miles of the Front Range corridor, according to the Denver Business Journal. The “study phase” means they are… Read more »
No one likes to think about the worst. But in our role as officers of the court, we are tasked with doing just that. All too often, we represent the families of people who have passed due to the negligence of another: families of injured children or working parents who will have years of recovery… Read more »