Articles from Burg Simpson

Car & Bicycle Crash on County Line Road & Holly Street

By Burg Simpson

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Bike vs. Car Accident in Centennial Centennial, CO (May 10, 2020) there was a bicycle vs. car accident on County Line Road in Centennial. The street was temporarily closed while officers investigated the scene. The incident happened at E County Line Rd and S. Holly St. No more is known about the accident at this… Read more »

Ski Liability Lawsuits for Ski & Snowboard Incidents

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Understanding the Waiver on your Ski Lift Ticket and How it Can Affect Your Personal Injury Case If you have ever been on the slopes of one of Colorado’s many ski resorts, you have probably seen the waiver on the back of your lift ticket, but did not read the fine print. However, if you… Read more »

NEEDED: WITNESSES TO VAIL ASPHYXIATION DEATH

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NEEDED: WITNESSES TO ASPHYXIATION DEATH At Vail Mountain Blue Sky Basin Chair 37 – Skyline Express FEBRUARY 13, 2020 The law firm of Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, PC, has been retained by the family of Jason Varnish concerning Jason’s death while riding Chair 37 at Vail Mountain on February 13, 2020. We are seeking… Read more »

Filing an Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist Claim in Arizona

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Filing an Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist Claim in Arizona. After you have experienced the trauma of an automobile accident, trying to work with the other drivers’ car insurance company can only add to your already overwhelming experience. Often, the other driver is operating a vehicle without insurance or the other driver may have insufficient insurance… Read more »

Burg Simpson Shareholders Published in “Trial Magazine”

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Burg Simpson Shareholders Published in “Trial Magazine” Burg Simpson shareholders Janet Abaray and David Harman were recently published in the January 2020 issue of Trial magazine. In 2019 the U.S. Supreme Court decided Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. v. Albrecht, which provided clarity on the difficult standard drug makers must meet to prove the affirmative… Read more »

Who is responsible in a rear-end collision?

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Castle Rock, CO – Crash on I-25 (US-85) Results in Injuries

Who is responsible in a rear-end collision? The scene of an accident can be chaotic. The collision itself is shocking, if not downright terrifying. Drivers immediately worry about the health of themselves and their passengers, on top of the extent of the damage to their vehicle. Emotions can run high, and it is not uncommon… Read more »

How Does a Florida Construction Defect Lawsuit Start?

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Pursuant to Florida Statute Chapter 558, before any Florida construction defect lawsuit can be started a written Notice of Claim must be sent to any “construction professional” a homeowner, Condominium or Homeowner Association, or building owner believes is responsible for the defects. The Notice of Claim “must describe in reasonable detail the nature of each… Read more »

Tractor Rollover Safety Concerns Trigger John Deere Recall

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Tractor Rollover Safety Concerns Trigger John Deere Recall.    On October 31, 2019, John Deere initiated a recall of several models of its 4R Series of compact utility tractors due to rollover injury risks. According to the recall alert, support bolts securing the front cab of these tractors were torqued improperly during manufacturing. This can lead… Read more »

Injured? Med Pay Benefits May Be Available

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Injured? Med Pay Benefits May Be Available Medical payment insurance, or “med pay” for short, is a type of insurance that provides for the payment of an injured person’s medical bills- up to a certain amount- if there has been an accident, regardless of who was at fault. Although one can purchase med-pay insurance as… Read more »

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