It’s that time of year again. Icy roads. Slow commutes. Catching up on your audio books. As a Denver personal injury attorney, a few questions always come to mind around this time of year: What responsibility does the government have to its citizens in blizzard situations? Does CDOT have to make reasonable efforts to clear
Bad Medicine In a recent Legal Intelligencer article title, “Pediatric Psychiatrist Talks Studies, Side Effects in Risperdal Trial,” P.J. D’Annunzio discusses a Risperdal lawsuit against Jansen Pharmaceutical. In the case referenced in the article, the plaintiffs, parents of a young boy, are suing Janssen Pharmaceutical, arguing that (1) the warning labels on the Risperdal medication
You may have the right to not vaccinate your child, but you also risk the danger of being sued. With the recent breakout of measles at Disneyland, it has come out that Colorado ranks last in the United States in terms of the number of school age children vaccinated for measles, mumps, and rubella (also
In the wake of the tragedy that occurred Wednesday morning in West Texas where 10 people lost their lives after a prison transport bus collided with a freight train, the one thing that comes to a personal injury attorney’s mind is whether the families of those persons who were killed will have the right to
Everyone knows the dangers and no one is doing anything about it. Given that Colorado has the second highest pain pill abuse rate in the country, it’s shocking that Colorado’s much beloved Attorney General John Suthers was not on the list of 28 attorneys general who in December 2013 signed a very short-and-to-the-point letter addressed
by Your Denver Personal Injury Attorney A recent article in the esteemed Madison-St. Clair Record describes a lawsuit where Ms. Betty Bishop filed a claim against property owners Jim and Berniece Hayes because one of the bison on their J-H Bison Ranch “attacked” Ms. Bishop and fractured her tibia and fibula, among other injuries.