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The Burg Simpson Team Supports Pedal for Possible!

The Burg Simpson Team Supports Pedal for Possible! Craig Hospital’s Therapeutic Recreation department established the Pedal 4 Possible charity bike ride in 2015 to raise money for their rehabilitation facility for patients who are experiencing spinal cord and brain injury. This year’s Pedal 4 Possible (P4P) was held on Saturday, September 15th and featured courses for all… Read more »

September 17, 2019 

Colorado and Company Interviews Burg Simpson’s Personal Injury Lawyers

Colorado and Company Interviews Burg Simpson’s Personal Injury Lawyers. Shareholders Peter W. Burg and Stephen J. Burg Discuss What to Do Following a Crash. If you have experienced a vehicle-related injury through the carelessness of another party, you could be eligible for damages for your pain, suffering, and loss. Let the personal injury lawyers at Burg… Read more »

August 20, 2019 

Burg Simpson Congratulates Our Best Lawyers in America!

Twenty-Seven Burg Simpson Attorneys named as The Best Lawyers in America ® 2020. Four lawyers were named 2020 Best Lawyers “Lawyer of the Year” in Their Practice Areas and Regions Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, P.C., one of America’s foremost plaintiff trial firms, is proud to announce the Best Lawyers in America accolades for… Read more »

August 15, 2019 

Bicycle Crashes: The Blame Game

Bicycle Crashes: The Blame Game By David P. Hersh, Shareholder and Avid Cyclist When it comes to crashes between cyclists and motor vehicles, it is essential to establish who is at fault for causing the accident.  Tort law in America operates on a system of responsibility – those who ride or drive on public ways… Read more »

August 5, 2019 

Michael Burg Discusses the Opioid Epidemic Litigation

Michael Burg Discusses the Opioid Epidemic Litigation. Michael Burg, shareholder and founder of Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, recently appeared on the Ross Kaminski Show on KHOW to discuss the current opioid epidemic, and how the opioid lawsuit is seeking to hold drugmakers accountable for opioid-related addictions, injuries, and deaths. Michael Burg is one… Read more »

August 1, 2019 

INSURANCE BAD FAITH – INSURERS CANNOT INTERVENE IN LAWSUITS WHEN THEY DEFEND UNDER A RESERVATION OF RIGHTS

By Nelson Boyle, Trial Lawyer, Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine Sometimes an insurer issues a reservation of rights letter (telling its insured that it may not cover some or all of the claims against the insured) and then hires an insurance defense lawyer to defend its customer. If the insurer acts in bad faith… Read more »

August 1, 2019 

Michael Burg Interviewed Regarding the Human Body Part Case

Michael Burg, the founding shareholder and a trial attorney with Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, was interviewed by HLN on Monday, July 29th to discuss the Biological Resource Center case filed in Phoenix, AZ. The Biological Resource Center is a body donation and tissue bank facility that is currently being sued by eight families… Read more »

July 29, 2019 

Not All Bicycle Helmets are Created Equal

Bike Helmet Warnings – by David P. Hersh, Shareholder. Not all bicycle helmets are created equal.  If you are interested in protecting your brain, you will need to educate yourself about the attributes of various bike helmets before you buy. Finding the Best Helmet for You Many factors are important in bike helmets:  ventilation, weight,… Read more »

July 22, 2019 

Drivers and Cyclists: Learning to Share the Road

Drivers and Cyclists: Learning to Share the Road. Cyclists throughout Europe are generally welcomed and treated with respect due to the fact that generations of European drivers are accustomed to sharing their roadways with those on two wheels. Unlike drivers in the United States, European drivers expect and accept a cyclist’s right to share the… Read more »

July 12, 2019 

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Division of Insurance orders Anthem to Refund Nearly $1.3M to Colorado Consumers

Division of Insurance orders Anthem to Refund Nearly $1.3M to Colorado Consumers. Company overcharged consumers for Medicare Supplement policies; Coloradans may be eligible for refunds and reinstatement of policies. Thomas W. Henderson, a shareholder with Burg Simpson, commented on the recent order mandated by the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies Division of Insurance: “In an… Read more »

July 11, 2019 

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