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  • Colorado Dog Bite Laws

    Colorado Dog Bite Laws Explained. In a previous blog post, we talked about ways to make sure your dog is not put in a position where they end up biting someone. In this post, we’ll discuss what laws apply if your dog bites someone or if you are bitten. Colorado’s dog bite statute (C.R.S 13-21-124) […]

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    How Can I Make Sure My Dog Won’t Bite?

    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 dog bites. […]

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    8 Tips for Dealing with Terrible Colorado Drivers

    Back in 1998 the Colorado State Patrol began a campaign to target aggressive drivers. Rather than calling 911, drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians can dial *CSP to report an aggressive driver. Remember to provide the dispatcher the exact location (road and direction), a description of the vehicle, and the manner in which the vehicle is being […]

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    5 Tips for Motorists Sharing the Road with Motorcycles

    If you are the loved one of a motorcyclist, you have reason to be worried. Eighty percent of all reported motorcycle crashes result in injury or death, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). That makes it all the more important for all motorists, on a bike or in a car, to be […]

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    Meeting a Dog for the First Time – Do’s and Don’ts

    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 Biscuits and Brews. Whether you’re at […]

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    Common Questions about Workers’ Comp in Colorado

    We’ve been helping injured workers with their workers’ comp claims for many decades and developed a list of common questions about workers’ comp in Colorado. Q: When Can I File For Workers’ Compensation? A: As quickly as possible and within four days. If you’ve been injured or become ill at work, you may need to file for workers’ comp in Colorado. Workers’ compensation pays […]

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    Brain Injury in Colorado: Common Types and Causes

    According to Brain Injury Alliance Colorado, more than 500,000 Colorado residents live with a brain injury. Unlike some injuries that heal overtime, damaged brain cells typically don’t recover. This can lead to a variety of problems including memory loss, physical disability or impairment, and poor general health. Nearly 2 million new brain injuries are suffered […]

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    Dangerous Jobs in Colorado: A Look Beyond Statistics

    Picking a career path doesn’t usually involve reviewing workplace injury and fatality statistics; however, many Colorado workers have legitimate reason to worry about a workplace injury or illness. Knowing about dangerous jobs in Colorado can lead to a more informed job selection process. Plus, knowing how to manage a workplace accident can help victims recover […]

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    School Rules to Protect Student Athletes

    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, a controversial study conducted by the Korey Stringer […]

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    Prevent Dog Bites in Colorado

    Colorado isn’t known for an overwhelming number of dog-bite injuries, which may seem surprising considering how many Coloradans have dogs. There are steps to prevent dog bites in Colorado, no matter how often they occur. Usually it is owner error that leads to bites. Therefore, it is critical for Denver dog owners to understand local […]

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