Personal Injury

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August 05, 2019
E-scooter apps have brought 2,840 scooters to Denver streets, according to the Denver Post. The city plans to extend indefinite permissions to this facet of the rideshare market as of September 2019. The influx of scooter traffic around the city has been controversial. Many view the eco-friendly… Read Full Post
July 17, 2019
Pedestrian accidents commonly result in severe and fatal injuries. About 14 percent of traffic fatalities per year in Colorado are pedestrians, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation. That equates to about 90 pedestrians per year. The Frickey Law Firm’s pedestrian accident lawyers… Read Full Post
March 22, 2019
Do you know the laws for recovering compensation when you're in a car accident involving an Uber or Lyft driver? It's a complicated process involving numerous factors. Here is a quick guide to who is responsible: Schedule Your Consultation Today If you were injured in an accident with an Uber or… Read Full Post
February 13, 2019
If you were in a car accident, you should get checked out by a doctor as soon as possible, even if you think you were not injured. This is because there are many types of injuries that may not manifest symptoms right away. Visiting a doctor as soon as you can after a car accident is crucial in… Read Full Post
January 21, 2019
It’s ski season, and many people of all ages and experience levels are excited to hit the slopes here in Colorado. While skiing and snowboarding is usually a fun and exciting experience, a trip can be ruined by an unexpected injury. There are steps you can take to reduce your risk of being injured… Read Full Post
July 13, 2018
Dogs are animals and will act accordingly. They are naturally social, usually furry and sometimes cuddly, but they are animals nonetheless. If someone pulled on your ears or face or got right in your face, could you say you would react calmly? And we’re humans. There are a few factors that lead to… Read Full Post
July 10, 2018
It’s no secret that Coloradans love their dogs. Doggie daycares, pet walking services and even boutiques catering to dogs are evidence that they are cherished members of our family. Even outside the home, we like to accommodate our furry friends with doggie friendly bars like The Watering Bowl and… Read Full Post
July 05, 2018
Concussion, a type of brain injury, can occur in any sport, but football, hockey, soccer, and basketball have the highest rates of incident. School rules to protect student athletes are key to avoiding these type of injuries. However, Colorado parents and students are unprotected. In August 2017,… Read Full Post
July 02, 2018
Colorado Laws to Protect Children from Cyberbullying Prior to April 2015, Colorado did not identify cyberbullying in state harassment laws. It was only after Douglas County high school student Kiana Arellano attempted suicide in 2013 that the state Legislature took steps to protect children from… Read Full Post
June 29, 2018
Sharing experiences on social media is a great way to keep in touch with distant friends and family, but posting private info on Facebook, or elsewhere, can spell big trouble for an injury claim. To be effective, an injury claim must prove another party was negligent, or responsible, for causing… Read Full Post