Monthly Archives: January 2013

More Cinemark Lawsuits Blame Theater Chain for Shooting

Injured victims and witnesses have sued Cinemark, which owns the Century 16 in Aurora where a fatal shooting took place, for failing to provide adequate security measures. Cinemark countered by saying that it had no way to anticipate this kind of massacre. A new lawsuit against the chain, however, says otherwise. Chichi and Derick Spruel… read more

Denver Injury Lawyer Lists Motorcycle Recalls

If you ride a Honda Gold Wing 1800 or a KTM Enduro motorcycle, we recommend looking into two recent recalls that address serious safety risks with these bikes. Honda Gold Wing 1800 Tire Defects Continental Tire announced a voluntary recall for some of their tires used on the Honda Gold Wing 1800’s rear wheel. Specifically,… read more

Supersport Riders Face Elevated Risks

When you ride a motorcycle, the odds are already against you. Bikers are 32 times more likely to die in in a crash than car passengers are, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Depending on the type of motorcycle you ride, you could face an even higher risk. The Insurance Institute for… read more

Denver Motorcycle Attorneys Congratulate Biker Safety Group on 40-Year Milestone

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) is one of the country’s most important resources for biker safety. It offers safety courses for new riders and advanced courses for experienced riders who want to develop their skills. Since 1973, MSF training courses have taught over six million riders about safe motorcycle practices. It turns 40 this year,… read more

Denver Accident Lawyers Explain Ski Resort Liability

Tristan Bartlett, 13, was visiting Colorado Springs from Houston, TX. He was skiing on Copper Mountain when a skiing accident took his life. While navigating a beginner’s course, he crashed into a tree and died later that day at Saint Anthony Copper Mountain Clinic. In the current 2012-2013 winter season, three people have died in… read more