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. … Continue reading
The Law Tigers of Colorado are proud to announce, we are sponsoring the fun at the first annual Pikes Peak Bike Week—June 21-25—and we are back at the Tejon Street Bike Fest on Sunday June 25! Come out with your bike and celebrate Colorado and the Race to the Clouds!
People with brain injuries are sometimes judged by others as being lazy for struggling to gain positive momentum in their lives following an injury. This can be the inability to get a job, or maintain the same active lifestyle they had before the injury. The effects of a brain injury are psychological, and may be … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading