Arbitration vs. Litigation: Choosing the Best Forum for Your Legal Dispute

By Heidi Culbertson

In theory, every legal dispute should be decided in a manner that focuses on the law and the facts of the case. It should not matter who is deciding the matter nor in what kind of environment the case is being heard. But in practice, the individuals who are appointed to decide the matter, and… Read more »

March 25, 2019  Blog

Colorado “Stop-as-Yield” law

By Burg Simpson

By David P. Hersh, Burg Simpson Shareholder Colorado “Stop-as-Yield” law In May 2018 Colorado adopted a new statewide standard regulating bicycles when they are approaching intersections.  C.R.S. § 42-4-1412.5 establishes as the standard what is known as “stop as yield” throughout Colorado.  However, individual local governments can choose whether or not to adopt this standard… Read more »

Inside Edition Interviews Attorney Michael Burg Regarding the Gruesome “Body Parts” Case

By Heidi Culbertson

Michael Burg body broker interview

Attorney Michael Burg, of Denver-based law firm Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, is representing the victims’ family members in a lawsuit against Gore and Biological Resource Center of Arizona, in what is being referred to as the “Body Parts Case.” Mr. Burg told Inside Edition in a recent interview that the families involved in the case… Read more »

March 18, 2019  Blog

Arizona State Bill 1087 Seeks to Increase Liability Car Insurance Minimums

By Burg Simpson

Arizona Attorney Brian C. Dault hero image

By Brian C. Dault, Burg Simpson Associate Arizona State Bill 1087 Seeks to Increase Liability Car Insurance Minimums A piece of legislation recently introduced in Arizona would increase the minimum amount of car insurance coverage required for liability policies. Arizona currently has some of the lowest requirements for minimum insurance coverage in the country, and… Read more »

Insurance Bad Faith

By Burg Simpson

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By Thomas W. Henderson, Burg Simpson Shareholder Case Timeline: Insurance Bad Faith When you purchase an insurance policy, you are managing your risk by buying protection against the unexpected.  The policy is a contract between you/your business and the insurance company.  In return for your payment of the premium, the insurance company agrees to protect… Read more »

March 18, 2019  Blog

Burg Simpson Attorney, Jennifer Seidman, in the March issue of the Colorado Lawyer’s “Member Spotlight” Section.

By Heidi Culbertson

Jennifer Seidman, Of Counsel with Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, is featured in the “Member Spotlight” section of the March issue of the Colorado Lawyer.  Ms. Seidman is the Colorado Lawyer‘s newest board member and serves as the coordinating editor for the magazine’s Tort and Insurance Law features. Jennifer Seidman’s practice focuses on representing… Read more »

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