Blog Posts in June, 2015

  • Shop at Your Own Risk?

    || 26-Jun-2015

    Shoppers have been injured as they shop for milk, or jeans or even just by entering the store. It is an unfortunate, and erroneous, belief that, if a shopper is injured while shopping in Colorado, the shopper will be compensated for those injuries by the store. In fact, Colorado’s law only allows shoppers to be compensated for injuries under the most limited circumstances—no matter how ...
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  • Social Media Can Be Dangerous In Divorce and Custody Disputes

    || 22-Jun-2015

    Did you hear about the father who made a Facebook posting stating he was “single with no children looking for a good time,” at the same time he was in a legal battle for parenting time with his child? Or how about the mother who was seeking custody of her child, but at the same time posted negative and threatening comments about the child’s father on Facebook posts—that ...
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  • More than One Person Can Be Negligent to Cause an Injury

    || 11-Jun-2015

    What happens when more than one person causes an injury? How does the insurance company pay the claim when different insurance companies are responsible for one injury? It is not all that unusual that someone is injured by the negligence of more than one person. Consider an icy intersection when several cars go too fast and fail to stop for a stop sign. Two (or more) drivers may be responsible for ...
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  • International Child Custody Disputes

    || 4-Jun-2015

    As our world becomes interconnected across international borders, more corporations require U.S. citizens to re-locate to foreign countries, and international romance blossoms, issues of child custody, usually “domestic” legal matters, take on international significance. Consider the father whose job takes him to France for an indefinite term. He moves his wife and family to France and ...
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