Category: Colorado

When an Employee is Negligent, the Employer Pays

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.

When an Employee is Negligent, the Employer Pays

Deliveries from the Past

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 »

Amtrak: The Solution to All Your Front Range Needs

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 »

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The Never-Changing Caps

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 »

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Live, Work, or Walk on Broadway? Speak Now!

City and County of Denver is busy at work trying to increase access to Downtown businesses and residences. This time, they want to know about the Broadway/Lincoln corridor. If you work, live, walk, or bike along the corridor, or have ever sat through one light cycle just to get to the intersection in time for… Read more »

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How will they tackle Denver’s Growth?

Denver is growing. This we know. But did you know that the city population is projected to hit 849,000 by 2040? That’s an increase of over 150,000. We hear the collective groans from the natives and the worries of the morning and afternoon commuters. So do city officials. With AN eye to growth, city planners… Read more »

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More than a Ticket — Colorado Protects Its Vulnerable Riders

You’re at the end of a long day, just a few miles from your home, your couch, and your family, and a driver veers into the bike lane, cell phone in hand, and now your favorite Specialized bike is laying on the shoulder, wheels in a position that could make a Cirque performer cringe. But… Read more »

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Urban Avalanches: Colorado Passed Milestones

The clouds are rolling in and more of the powdery white stuff is on the way… snow, that is. This week may bring another 6” of snow to Denver, and this week’s storms are also bringing high winds of over 40 mph. Wind gusts are more dangerous to your commute than you might think. While… Read more »

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The Governor’s “Electric Bills”

Governor Polis has hit the ground running with his new administration, and the House and Senate are in a flurry with new legislation. Oil and gas regulation, minimum wage, and cryptocurrencies have all been addressed in proposed and signed bills, but there are a few others being tossed around regarding electric vehicles. The Denver public… Read more »

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