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  • How to Protect Your Personal Injury Claim on Facebook

    Sharing experiences on social media is a great way to keep in touch with distant friends and family, but sharing too much information, especially after an accident, can spell big trouble for an injury claim. To be effective, an injury claim must prove another party was negligent, or responsible, for causing the accident. Insurance companies […]

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    Fun Fireworks Facts for the Fourth of July

    The Denver Fire Department reported 25 fireworks-related fires ignited throughout Denver on the Fourth of July in 2016; there were 16 fires reported in 2015 and 14 in 2014. The increase in incidents is concerning to officials who now believe they underestimated the effectiveness of steep fines and potential jail time for offenders of the […]

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    How to Recognize a Dog’s Body Language

    Dog bite injuries annually account for more than one-third of homeowners’ insurance liability claim dollars, according to the Insurance Information Institute, and more than 4 million dog bites are reported each year. Approximately 1 in 5 dog bites requires medical attention, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and in some cases dog […]

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    Insurance Adjusters are Not Your Friends

    When you purchase an insurance policy, you do so thinking your insurance company will protect you. You expect them to take care of you if you’re in an accident and help you cover expenses like medical bills and repairs. Unfortunately, this is a common misconception. Insurance companies do not exist to protect your best interests; […]

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    Harm’s Way: Common Workplace Injuries

    On-the-job injuries are more common than you may think. Millions of people suffer work-related injuries every year. In 2015, nearly 3 million nonfatal workplace injuries were reported in the United States. That’s an average of almost 8,000 injuries per day. According to the Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety, the top causes of job-related injuries […]

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    What is an Umbrella Policy and How Does it Benefit Me?

    Your priority is protecting yourself and your assets. Most people do this by obtaining homeowners insurance and auto insurance. Unfortunately, these coverages may not be enough to protect you if you’re involved in an accident. The best way to get through life is to expect the unexpected. Accidents can put a damper on your life […]

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    The Rise of Distracted Walking

    Our cities are changing. Throughout the nation, cities are creating an environment that’s friendly for those traveling by foot. Being a pedestrian has many advantages. It’s better for the environment, saves people money on gas, and is much healthier than commuting by car. But when pedestrian thoroughfares are used alongside roads there is one major […]

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    The Flu Shot and You

    Winter is coming and it’s bringing flu season with it. We dread getting the flu; from the moment we hear a coworker sniffle, to the moment spring arrives. On average, 5% to 20% of the U.S. population will get the flu every year. 200,000 of these cases will require hospitalization. But influenza isn’t just an […]

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    Pros and Cons of Driverless Cars

    Since the Industrial Revolution, humans have used machines to make certain tasks easier. This can be seen almost anywhere you go; from paying for groceries with our phones to using 3D printers to build bridges. Moore’s Law says technology advances exponentially every 18 months, meaning things are only going to get more advanced. Because of […]

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    Spinal Cord Injury Costs

    Spinal cord injuries are a terrible thing and, unfortunately, they occur all too often. In fact, the American Association of Neurological Surgeons states that, on average, 34,000 new spinal cord injuries, or SCIs, occur in the United States every year. In total, they estimate that means there are around 450,000 people in the U.S. living […]

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