Archive for January, 2012

Construction Risk Management | Denver Construction Lawyer

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As a contractor in the construction industry, there is a good deal of risk inherent in the business. The most obvious examples involve the risk of injury to workers or damage to equipment, but there is also a good deal of risk associated with the interdependence of subcontractors on each other during a major construction [...]

Hit-And-Run Collision Injures Two | Denver Auto Accident Lawyer

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According to 9 News, two pedestrians were struck by a hit and run vehicle in Denver on Monday night. The accident occurred at 10:30p.m. at the intersection of East Colfax Avenue and Ogden Street. Both pedestrians involved in the collision were taken to a nearby hospital with serious injuries. The vehicle did not stop to [...]

Dangerous Vehicle-Bicycle Collision | Littleton Bicycle Accident Attorney

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It is important to follow all rules and regulations of the road, especially as a pedestrian, in order to avoid dangerous collisions. According to FOX 31 News, an accident between a bicycle and a vehicle ended in serious injuries on Friday. The accident occurred in Littleton at West Mineral Avenue and South Mineral Court when [...]

New Bill Would Toughen Hit and Run Penalties | Denver Hit and Run Accident Attorney

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Representative Rhonda Fields, of Aurora has introduced a new bill to the Colorado legislature which would toughen the penalties for hit-and-run drivers in the state, according to CBS Denver. In 2009 the state passed a law that toughens the penalties for hit-and-run drivers in fatal accidents, but hit-and-run drivers who cause serious but not fatal [...]

Headphones Linked to Fatal Vehicle-Pedestrian Accidents | Denver Pedestrian Accident Attorney

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According to 9 News, there has been a connection made between wearing headphones and fatal vehicle-pedestrian collisions. Colorado state patrol reports that wearing headphones is dangerous for drivers due to being unable to hear on-coming trains or emergency sirens. Although wearing headphones while driving is illegal, wearing headphones as a pedestrian is not. Pedestrians also [...]

Fatal Collision Involving Suspected Drunk Driver | Westminster Drunk Driving Lawyer

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Drinking and driving can leave catastrophic damages for yourself and others. According to CBS News, a suspected drunk driver ran a red light and then took off after crashing into another vehicle. The devastating collision occurred early Friday morning in Westminster at the intersection of 118th Place and Sheridan Boulevard. A SUV ran a red [...]

Attorney Sommer Luther Selected “Top 40 Under 40″ by the National Trial Lawyers Association

Colorado personal injury attorney Sommer Luther has been selected as one of the Top 40 Lawyers Under 40-years-old by the National Trial Lawyers Association for 2011. Membership to the 40 Under 40 is invitation only “and is extended exclusively to those individuals who exemplify superior qualifications, trial results, and leadership as a young trail lawyer.” [...]

Apartment Fire Injures 5 | Denver Personal Injury Lawyer

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KDVR.com reports that an apartment fire in Aurora has resulted in five hospitalizations, including three children, with smoke inhalation. The fire at the 1st Avenue Apartments at 1st Ave. and Kenton Street in Aurora was first reported in the wee hours of the morning. The fire took about forty minutes for firefighters to bring under [...]

Harsh Weather Creates Many Traffic Accidents | Front Range Car Crash Lawyer

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The local news station of 9 News reported that Wednesday’s snow storm brought a lot of slow moving traffic and traffic accidents as well as low temperatures and snow. Many morning commuters were backed up for hours on their drive to work during the mild January snowfall. There were various accidents and pile ups on [...]

In Bankruptcy, Knowledge is Key | Parker Bankruptcy Lawyer

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As part of its continuing coverage of Tom Martino’s personal bankruptcy proceedings, the Denver Post is reporting that an airplane hangar owned by Mr. Martino is going to be sold publicly as part of the liquidation of assets. According to the report, Mr. Martino does not want to sell the the hangar, but the trustee [...]