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Arbitration vs. Litigation: Choosing Your Legal Strategy

By Heidi Culbertson

Arbitration vs. Litigation Choosing Your Legal Strategy: Don’t Bring a Knife to a Gunfight.   Arbitration may offer a viable alternative to litigation, but consumers should consider many factors before signing documents that waive their right to have their case heard in a court of law. When you and your attorney are deciding whether to arbitrate… Read more »

File Your Workers Compensation Claims on Time!

By Burg Simpson

Workers' comp claim form

Colorado Deadlines Like most states, Colorado imposes time limits for filing workers’ compensation claims.  If you have been injured in a work-related incident, it is important that you file your report quickly. In Colorado, you must report a work injury to your employer in writing within four days of your injury or you may lose… Read more »

Steps to Take After a Car Accident in Colorado

By Burg Simpson

automobile accident

The moments following a car accident are often confusing. You may have sustained injuries, your vehicle is possibly quite damaged, and you may not know what to do. You believe someone else was at fault for the accident, but in those first few moments, it does not seem to matter. You need help, and you… Read more »

How Long Will My Personal Injury Case Take in Colorado?

By Burg Simpson

Personal injury case

When a person is injured due to someone else’s negligence and wishes to file a lawsuit to claim compensation for those injuries, he or she may have many concerns. The main concerns typically revolve around a person’s injuries and how he or she is going to pay for them. An injured victim may also wonder… Read more »

Five Mistakes to Avoid When Injured at Work in Colorado

By Burg Simpson

Colorado workplace injury

After an injury occurs at work, there are many things the injured worker must do. He or she must tell the employer, see a doctor, and complete a number of other steps to receive workers’ compensation benefits in Colorado. However, in addition to ensuring the worker follows through with these steps, there are a number… Read more »

Does Colorado Cap Damages in Personal Injury Cases?

By Burg Simpson

Colorado personal injury lawsuit file

When a person has been injured due to the negligence, or carelessness, of someone else, he or she is often able to file a lawsuit against the negligent party. The lawsuit can seek damages to cover the costs related to the accident. These can include medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, and more. Many… Read more »

The Dangers Associated with Lithium-Ion Batteries

By Burg Simpson

There are dangers associated with lithium-ion batteries.  When purchasing these products, or any product, consumers have a right to expect that item to be safe and fit for its intended purpose. Lithium-ion batteries are one of the most popular forms of power used today.  These batteries power many of the devices we keep near us,… Read more »

Burg Simpson Shareholder Tom Henderson Presents: “When is it Really “Bad Faith?”

By Heidi Culbertson

The National Business Institute: Burg Simpson Shareholder Tom Henderson presents: “When is it Really “Bad Faith?”  Mr. Henderson will present this upcoming seminar on Thursday, December 5th from 9 am to 4:30 pm at Hilton Garden Inn Denver/Cherry Creek at 600 South Colorado Boulevard. Program Description: The seminar will provide participants with the cutting-edge knowledge and… Read more »

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