Colin Kaepernick’s Workout: A Sham Dressed Up As An Opportunity

Everything is Political Even When It’s Not Colin Kaepernick’s November 16, 2019 workout was supposed to be all about football. Of course, it was anything but (ask Jerry Jones). Unless you’ve been living in a hole in the last couple of weeks, you know that Mr. Kaepernick’s chances of ever rejoining the NFL were all

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Katie Hill: A Victim of Revenge Porn

Politics and Revenge Porn This last week, revenge porn pictures of Democratic Representative Katie Hill were released on a conservative website showing what appear to be the congressperson naked, smoking a bong, and making out with one of her former campaign aides. In response, Ms. Hill felt that she had no choice but to resign.

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Arbitration Sucks

How the Supreme Court screwed the American worker. I won’t go as far as some of my colleagues and call this week’s Supreme Court Opinion, Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, a sham.  I won’t even call it cynical.  Inducting Ronald Reagan into the Department of Labor’s Hall of Honor?  That’s cynical.  But yesterday’s opinion effectively

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Natural Pain Relief for Car Accident Victims

5 Ways to Ease Your Pain Naturally The sheer level of forces involved in an automobile accident is absolutely staggering to contemplate. Even a vehicle traveling at a mere 30 miles per hour that ends up being hit by another vehicle will experience extreme deceleration that will subject the driver and all passengers to a

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How Much Is Your Personal Injury Case Worth?

Understanding The Factors That Determine The Value of Your Case The simple privilege of driving is a wonderful freedom. If we didn’t have automobiles, think of how it would limit the enjoyment of life as we now experience it. We drive to and from work, to take our children to school, to entertainment venues, and

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What Happens During A Personal Injury Case

What To Expect At Each Stage Hopefully, you’ll never be involved in a lawsuit. But many times, when you’ve suffered injuries due to an accident that wasn’t your fault, the only way to get restitution for your damages is to file a personal injury claim against the at-fault party. Most personal injury claims settle out

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The Insurance Negotiation Process

What to Expect When Negotiating With Insurance Companies After An Accident When you file a personal injury claim with an insurance company after you’ve been injured in an accident, you need to be prepared for the negotiation process with the claims adjuster that works for the insurance company. Negotiation is a normal part of the

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Insurance: Medical Payments Coverage in Colorado

After you’ve sustained injuries in a car accident, your health should be your first priority. Once your condition has been stabilized, and you are recovering from your injuries, you can then move your focus to other areas, such as how you’re going to pay the medical bills for the treatment you’ve received. In most cases,

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How To Determine If You Have A Personal Injury Case

We at Marathon Law hope you never experience an accident that results in injuries, but if you do, it’s good to know what constitutes a personal injury claim, and what might not. Of course, some injuries are due to unavoidable circumstances such as aging or genetics – things that no one can control. But when

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Statute of Limitations for Colorado Personal Injury Claims

If you have been injured in an accident or if a loved one has been killed due to someone else’s negligence, you have a limited period of time during which to pursue compensation for your damages. This is called the statute of limitations. Personal injury cases in Colorado apply different statutes of limitations depending on

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