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Colorado Fights to Protect Uninsured Workers

By Burg Simpson

Protect Uninsured Workers – Colorado Workers Compensation Attorneys – Burg Simpson

The state of Colorado requires all employers with even a single employee to carry workers’ compensation insurance. It doesn’t matter if those employees are part time or full time. In fact, anyone who receives pay for services in Colorado is considered an employee, as far as workers’ compensation insurance is concerned. There are exceptions, of… Read more »

What Are Your Business Dispute Options?

By Burg Simpson

Business Dispute Options – Colorado Corporate Litigation Attorney - Burg Simpson

Business owners operate under the cloud of potential litigation nearly every day. Whether it’s a multinational corporation, a family-owned business, or a small sole proprietorship that’s just opened up its doors, business owners and leaders often face legal issues that can take time and money away from their day-to-day operations. Business and commercial law isn’t… Read more »

Plastic Surgeons Can Do Permanent Harm

By Burg Simpson

Plastic Surgeons Can Do Permanent Harm – Denver Medical Malpractice Lawyers– Burg Simpson

It might surprise – or even startle – you to find out that Colorado does not require plastic surgery centers to be licensed or even inspected by the state. These medical providers are exempt from regulations that govern other ambulatory surgery centers because providing surgical services isn’t their primary function. The state actually lets these… Read more »

Colorado Law Protects Companies from Unfair Competition

By Burg Simpson

Colorado Law Protects from Unfair Competition – Colorado Corporate Litigation Attorney - Burg Simpson

Back in June, tech giant Amazon shocked the business world when it revealed plans to acquire natural grocer Whole Foods. For the most part, the nearly $14 billion deal elicited either cheers or tears. While most people hailed the move, hoping the Web retailer would cut prices at the high-end organic food chain, others decried… Read more »

Hold Developers Responsible for Common Elements

By Burg Simpson

Hold Developers Responsible - Construction Defect Lawyer Colorado - Burg Simpson

When a developer breaks ground on a new community, it is also responsible for establishing the homeowners association that will eventually govern the neighborhood.  In the early days of most new developments, HOAs are run by the developers themselves. These developers typically draft the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions, often including special protections for… Read more »

Negotiating Contracts Is Just Another Part of Doing Business

By Burg Simpson

Negotiating Contracts A Part of Doing Business – Denver Corporate Litigation Lawyers - Burg Simpson

Contracts – voluntary, legally binding agreements between two or more parties – are critical to doing business. We encounter contracts nearly every day. They can cover major deals, such as the sale of a business or a home, or something as simple as a verbal promise to complete something. Whether they’re written or verbal, commercial… Read more »

Malpractice Doesn’t Have to Be Medical

By Burg Simpson

Malpractice and Lawyers – Colorado Corporate Litigation Attorneys- Burg Simpson

When most people hear the word “malpractice,” they think of their doctor, calling to mind horror stories of misdiagnosed or untreated health problems.  But doctors aren’t the only professionals who are required to conform to a standard of care. When professionals act negligently and you suffer as a result of their mistakes, you may be… Read more »

Beware Your Duty to Inspect

By Burg Simpson

Beware Your Duty to Inspect - Construction Defect Attorney Denver - Burg Simpson

Homeowners associations have become as commonplace as housing developments themselves. There’s almost no way to avoid them. But it wasn’t always this way: in 1970, there were only about 10,000 community associations scattered around the country, responsible for fewer than 1 million houses. Last year, 342,000 of these associations included more than 26 million homes… Read more »

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