Category: CO Truck

Fatal Truck Crashes Rise

Lives are being lost as our government continues to ignore simple safety solutions. Fatal truck crashes are among the most consequential on the road. Because trucks are so large and powerful, truck drivers and trucking companies are subject to a number of regulations and restrictions, including hours-of-service regulations, rest requirements, and prohibitions on texting while… Read more »

Fatal Truck Crashes Rise

Registered Nurses Aide on Staff

Your injuries and medical bills can feel so overwhelming, complicated, and lonely. You may feel like no one understands you or you can’t even wrap your mind around it all. Our team is uniquely capable of helping you through this. We have a Registered Nurses Aide on staff just for this reason! Sandra Prone, the… Read more »

Registered Nurses Aide on Staff

Getting to Know Us Series

Our goals for 2020 include helping you get to know us a little better. To aid in that venture, we are starting a video series to share a bit more about who we are and help you learn more about who you are working with. Our first video features Managing Partner Jennifer K. O’Connell. Jennifer… Read more »

Getting to Know Us Series

Queener Law Featured In VoyageDenver

We are thrilled to see Queener Law featured in VoyageDenver! What an honor! We love their insightful questions that prompt us to think a bit more about how we got here and why we have made the choices we made along the way. The life of a business owner is full of forks in the… Read more »

Queener Law Featured In VoyageDenver

Getting Your Medical Bills Paid the Right Way

“The insurance company said they’d pay all my medical bills. Now they only want to pay a fraction of what I owe!’ We have heard this complaint almost daily in our decades of practice. What’s the reason and who’s the culprit? Of course, every story like this begins with the fact that car insurance companies… Read more »

Getting Your Medical Bills Paid the Right Way

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