Yearly Archives: 2018

What Makes an Employer Responsible for a Workplace Accident?

On Wednesday April 4th, work stopped at the construction site on 1200 Hidden Valley Parkway. A 25-year-old worker who was helping at the site of the Severance High School construction project was injured and rushed to the hospital. A steel beam had fallen 18 feet before striking the worker, leaving him with critical injuries. He… read more

What Can Authorities Do About This Dangerous Denver Intersection?

After a car ran a red light and crashed into a mother and her two children, everyone is expected to live. However, this crash could have easily been far worse, and it has members of the Highland community in Denver thinking. Is there anything authorities can do to make this dangerous Denver intersection safer? How… read more

Is the 2018 Colorado Motorcycle Season Getting Off to a Bad Start?

The 2018 Colorado motorcycle season has finally begun! Have you taken to the wide-open road yet? Well, some riders are getting their riding started early, but what kind of conditions are they finding out there? Public officials want you to be safe out there while riding, and so do the attorneys who ride at the… read more

How Will You Stop Distracted Driving This Month?

Thursday evening on March 15th, a 31-year-old man was driving along I-76 when an SUV veered out of the opposing lane and slammed into his Ford pickup. Luckily, the man survived the crash and was transported to Platte Valley Medical Center. However, the 31-year-old woman driving the SUV and her 4-year-old daughter did not survive… read more

Who Is Responsible When Skiers Collide?

To say that Colorado is the skiing capital of the United States is no exaggeration. People come from all across the nation—and from around the world—to experience the slopes of our mountains. However, with so many people coming to Colorado to participate in a physically demanding sport, incidents are bound to happen. So, when skiers… read more

Who Won the First Winter X Games Gold in Hill Climb?

The 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang have officially closed, and the United States didn’t come out on top as we have in the past. The U.S. scored nine gold medals, eight silver, and six bronze—ranking our country fourth in the medal standings. Of those nine golds, three were won by Coloradoans, but did you know… read more

Did Colorado Springs Police Department Discriminate Against Female Officers?

In May of 2015, 12 female officers from the Colorado Springs police department filed a lawsuit against the city. The women claimed they were unfairly singled out by the department’s mandatory physical fitness test, but did those claims have merit? A U.S. District Court judge has ruled on the case, and this ruling could affect… read more

Did 2017 Motorcycle Safety Efforts Work?

The 2018 motorcycle season is fast approaching, which means we all need a refresher course on our riding skills and our safety measures. This is especially true considering the motorcycle safety efforts undertaken by Colorado police and traffic officials last year. But were those 2017 motorcycle safety efforts effective? Did 2017 Motorcycle Safety Efforts Pay… read more