Blog Posts in 2017

  • Tips for Breaking the Divorce News to Your Children

    || 28-Jul-2017

    Divorce is not an easy decision to make and, regardless of how amicably you and your spouse might have come to this conclusion, you are both undoubtedly experiencing some difficulty in coping with it. If you share children, it will be even harder for them to understand the situation and the fact that their lives will be forever changed. It is crucial to break the news to them in a manner that will ...
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  • Common Causes of Boating Accidents

    || 14-Jul-2017

    Boating can be a fun activity, especially when the weather is right. However, it is important to still consider your safety even while going out for a fun day on the water. In 2014, according to the U.S. Coast Guard, there were about 4,064 accidents that resulted in 610 deaths and 2,678 injuries. To help prevent a disaster from happening to you or others, it is important to understand why these ...
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  • Will My Medical Marijuana Use Affect my Personal Injury Case?

    || 7-Jul-2017

    Colorado was one of the first states in the nation to legalize marijuana for recreational use, and many users in the state rely on marijuana for medicinal uses. It is legal to use marijuana throughout the state, but that doesn’t mean that you are entirely free to use the substance. Marijuana has been shown to impair users’ judgment and reactions and can affect more than just ...
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  • Employer Liability in Distracted Driving Accidents

    || 19-Jun-2017

    Distracted driving is a major problem amongst drivers across the country, accounting for approximately 28% of all crashes every year, or 1.6 million crashes. Smartphone usage is a major part of these numbers. In the past, these devices were considered a luxury, but now almost every adult and teenager has one, giving them the irresistible ability to access the world through their fingertips. For ...
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  • Why Teen Drivers Crash

    || 12-Jun-2017

    The crash rates for teenagers is much higher than it is for adults, and ranks as the leading cause of death among those between the ages of 12 and 19. There is a multitude of reasons why teens are more susceptible to accidents on the road than any other age group and understanding these reasons is the first step to addressing this major problem. Here are some of the most common reasons behind ...
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  • Matthew Clawson, of Clawson & Clawson, LLP, has been selected to the 2017 list as a member of the Nation’s Top One Percent by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel. NADC is an organization dedicated to promoting the highest standards of legal excellence. Its mission is to objectively recognize the attorneys who elevate the standards of the Bar and provide a benchmark for ...
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  • Uber/Lyft Accident - Can I Sue?

    || 6-Jun-2017

    Rideshare companies are becoming increasingly common these days and many are opting for services like Uber or Lyft instead of calling a taxi when in need of a ride. However, accidents happen and, when they do, it is important to know and understand what steps you must take next. In accidents involving rideshare companies more than one party might be held liable. The driver, the car owner, even the ...
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  • 7 Common Child Custody Mistakes

    || 30-May-2017

    Divorce is difficult enough, but when you add children to the mix, the situation can become even more stressful for all parties involved. A grueling child custody battle can be time-consuming, emotionally draining, expensive, and many cases are often rife with mistakes, some of which are nearly impossible to undo. You do not have to get caught in this tangled web, however, and some of the most ...
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  • Don't Post About Your Injury on Social Media

    || 20-Apr-2017

    You’d be hard pressed to find someone under the age of 30 without a social media presence online. Ever since the inception of social media, people have become obsessed with making social connections and sharing bits and pieces of their life with friends, family, and even total strangers. While websites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have brought the world closer together, they have ...
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  • Can I Sue the Military If I Was Negligently Injured?

    || 8-Mar-2017

    People and organizations are responsible for the negligent injuries of any number of individuals. In many cases, those responsible can be held accountable when the injured pursue legal action against them. The military is a slightly different matter, however. While the military can cause injury through negligence, it has the advantage of being part of the government. Under the doctrine of ...
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