Blog Posts in August, 2014

  • Hand Injuries Caused by Car Accidents

    || 29-Aug-2014

    In the weeks following a car accident, and as the neck and back injuries begin to recede, those involved in a serious car accident may find that their hands start to hurt. It may start with some vague numbness and tingling that won't go away, then sometimes one or both hands begin to swell for no reason, finally the pain and discomfort becomes a burning pain, constant enough to interrupt a ...
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  • What Kinds of Doctors Are Best for Car Accident Injuries?

    || 19-Aug-2014

    About Whiplash The most common injury from a car accident is "whiplash," short for "flexion/extension cervical injury." Whiplash is the subject of bad jokes and sometimes, bad TV ads. But it is a very real injury for those who experience it. When an occupant of a motor vehicle is strapped into that steel compartment and that motor vehicle is struck (usually from behind) by ...
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  • Access to Adoption Records Changes

    || 11-Aug-2014

    Colorado has adopted new standards to provide for uniform access to adoption records, including original birth certificates. The new law recognizes that members of the three primary parties of an adoption - adopter, adopted, and birth parents - all have interests in the adoption records, especially whether those records should be disclosed. The new law maintains the confidentiality to non-private ...
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  • Filing a Wrongful Death Claim in Colorado

    || 7-Aug-2014

    Until one is faced with the realities of filing a wrongful death claim in Colorado, it is not something that is usually "top of mind". If you are facing the loss of a loved one and considering this type of legal action, there are some very important questions that must be answered before you move forward. As a Colorado attorney who specializes in wrongful death suits, I am usually asked ...
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  • About Groundwater Contamination

    || 5-Aug-2014

    One of the most common ways people are exposed to harmful toxins is by way of groundwater contamination. What exactly is groundwater and how does it become contaminated? The EPA gives this definition for groundwater, Groundwater is rain water or water from surface water bodies, like lakes or streams, that soaks into the soil and bedrock and is stored underground in the tiny spaces between rocks ...
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