Monthly Archives: June 2017

What If Your Car Insurance Company Refuses to Give You Coverage?

Your car insurance is there to protect you, you purchased a decent plan, made all your payments, and shouldn’t be financially worried about getting hit on the road. Then it happens, and your insurance company says they can’t cover the damages. They say the accident was your fault or your plan doesn’t have the funds,… read more

Why Are New Harleys Leaking Oil Like They’re Old Harleys?

Have you ever watched Discovery Channel’s Harley and the Davidsons? It’s a docu-drama about the creators of America’s legendary motorcycle marque. For anyone fascinated by Harley-Davidson, it’s an interesting watch, but there’s a scene in this film that has rippled through the ages. Now, a new recall harkens back to this classic Harley problem, and… read more

What If My Medication Is Giving Me Strange Symptoms?

Prescription medications have given people many new ways to fight diseases and make living with chronic health conditions much easier. However, some medications were rushed to market without sufficient research or testing.  Drug companies are for-profit entities who have incentives to rush products to market and advertise them heavily. They will try to deny liability… read more

Remembering Heroes of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

Back in 2015, disaster struck the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. While on a practice run Carl Sorensen went off track between the summit of the mountain and Devil’s Playground. Carl didn’t survive the crash, and his passing has change the Race to the Clouds forever. However, Carl isn’t the only hero of the mountain… read more

Will You be Jamming at Pikes Peak Bike Week Concert and Rally?

Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is an international event drawing people from all over the world, but all this fanfare can sometimes leave locals on the sideline. Well not anymore! There’s a new event leading up to the PPIHC, and the Law Tigers of Colorado are doing their part to bring the fun to you.… read more

Memories of Glory at the Top of Pikes Peak

11/21/1950 – 12/08/2016 Chuck’s love for the Pikes Peak Hillclimb began when he lived in Colorado Springs as a boy in the 1960’s when his father, Sam Hopper, was stationed at Peterson Field. Sam was a retired fighter pilot who respected the challenge of the race and the racers who competed to conquer the mountain.… read more

There’s a Motorcycle Theft Epidemic in Britain, and Nobody’s Doing Anything About It!

How easily can motorcycle theft spiral out of control? That’s a question the attorneys who ride at the Metier Law Firm have been asking all month. You see, recent numbers revealed that motorcycle theft here in the U.S. has gone up, and though thefts aren’t out of control, it’s a delicate balancing act. Across the… read more

How Are Auto Insurance Rates Determined?

Recent allegations of racial discrimination against car insurance companies in inner city areas of California suggest that insurance companies are charging higher rates for drivers who drive in areas with more minorities. Insurance companies sometimes charge more in neighborhoods with higher rates of vehicle theft, which is a reason why this could be happening. Rates… read more