Monthly Archives: September 2017

Could the First Woman to Win a World Championship Motorcycle Race Change the Sport?

Portimao, the 10th round stop of the World Superbike Championship just became a historic site. The annals of motorcycle racing will forever remember this race weekend, because a woman has done the incredible. Ana Carrasco has won her first world championship race, the first world champion race ever won by a woman. The First Woman… read more

Will Car Dealerships Help Improve Colorado Motorcycle Safety?

Colorado is in a crisis. Over the past four years, motorcyclist fatalities have risen 58 percent, and things don’t appear to be slowing down. Fortunately, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has a plan to deal with this. But will the agency’s new plan, which involves a car dealership, succeed in spreading motorcycle safety? Colorado… read more

Did a Littleton Eyeglasses Retailer Hand Out Faulty Eclipse Glasses?

In the Aspen Grove Lifestyle Center, there is an optics shop known for its high-class eyewear. Europtics in Littleton was even described as high-end by a Denver optometrist on Fox 31, so why is the shop being sued? Faulty eclipse glasses are now at the center of a lawsuit over responsibility and reputation, and the… read more

Could the Latest Problem with EpiPen Turn Deadly?

The Food and Drug Administration is not mincing words with Meridian Medical Technologies. This manufacturing unit of Pfizer has been contracted by Mylan to produce the ubiquitous EpiPen auto-injector, and the FDA has sent the company a warning letter. How did the manufacturer gain the administration’s attention? Is there something wrong with this major and… read more

Van Der Mark Filling in for Rossi, But Why Didn’t Yamaha Consider an American?

When nine-time world champion Valentino Rossi shattered his right leg, the world was shocked and Yamaha was reeling. That’s because the “Doctor”, as Rossi is sometimes called, was in 4th position contending for the world championship. Now, Yamaha has named a replacement as Rossi convalesces, but some of us are wondering if the Japanese factory… read more

There’s Been a Security Breach at Equifax, Should You Be Worried About Your Credit?

On July 29th, one of the three major credit reporting companies in the country discovered it had been hacked. Equifax claims the breach started at around mid-May and it claims that the personal information of around 143 million U.S. consumers may have been exposed. That’s almost half of the country! Has your personal data been… read more

Are Mom’s Using Motorcycles as Therapy?

Well, it’s official. Motorcycling is a woman’s hobby, and there’s no way it could get any cooler than that. Ladies all over the country are becoming enamored by two-wheeled steeds, but why? Here’s a fast look at the changing world of motorcycling from your Colorado motorcycling attorneys. Motorcycles as Therapy, Even Mom Has to Try… read more

Were Toxic Fumes Poisoning Colorado Families in Their New Homes?

Floor joists are essential to a home. They provide both structure and strength, so if these pieces are defective, it can affect an entire house. And though the latest floor joist defect isn’t bringing the house down, it is still causing problems for Colorado families. Why Do Some New Homes Contain Toxic Fumes Poisoning Colorado… read more