Monthly Archives: June 2016

Patrick DiBenedetto Makes Top 10 List for Best Colorado Personal Injury Attorneys

We are happy to announce that Patrick DiBenedetto, Metier Law Firm’s managing partner, has been selected by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys (AIOPIA) to be on its annual list of 10 Best Personal Injury Attorneys in Colorado for client satisfaction. Only the ‘best of the best’ are selected for this award, as the… read more

Are There Motorcycles on the Takata Airbag Recall List?

The Takata airbag inflator recall has become the largest automotive recall in history. Over 65 million vehicles are estimated to be effected by this recall. That’s one in every five cars in the United States, but did you realize that the Takata recall might affect motorcycles too? Are There Motorcycles on the Takata Airbag Recall… read more

Click-It-Or-Ticket Isn’t Just a Catchphrase

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), Colorado State Patrol, and 89 other state agencies recently finished carrying out a seat belt enforcement campaign. During the course of the campaign, state law enforcement wrote 5,983 citations, including 295 involving children! Transportation officials and law enforcement found these numbers worrying, as seat belts are essential to surviving… read more

Law Tigers Celebrate 15th Year Anniversary and Arizona Mile

Fifteen years ago, an organization dedicated to serving injured motorcyclists and sharing a love for riding was created. Since its inception, Law Tigers has provided expert legal representation to injured motorcyclists. After 15 years, we have grown into a national organization that represents injured motorcyclists nationwide and hosts riding events across the country. What makes… read more

Colorado Motorcycle Expo Cancelled: Will The Show Ever Return?

There continues to be fallout from the deadly shooting at the Colorado Motorcycle Expo. Two motorcycle clubs—the Iron Order and the Mongols—were involved in a fight that sent several people to the hospital and left one biker dead. Now the venue for the yearly event is pulling out and cancelling the event. Colorado Motorcycle Expo… read more