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“Lowballing” by Claims Adjusters- The Computer Software that Makes a Mint for Insurance Companies

By |June 5th, 2012|Personal Injury|

This article was published on June 4, 2012, and given to me by a fellow trial lawyer.  This is a [...]

“Hot Coffee”: The Documentary- An Expose on Big Business Eating Away the Civil Justice System

By |June 24th, 2011|Lagniappe, Personal Injury|

I am excited for this documentary to air.  HBO's "Hot Coffee" is a documentary that looks into some of the [...]

Colorado’s New “Made Whole” Statute Works for the “Little Guy”

By |March 21st, 2011|Personal Injury|

I just resolved a case and was able to use Colorado's new "Made Whole" statute in a way that was [...]

Is There Such a Thing as a Simple “Soft Tissue Injury”?

By |November 8th, 2010|Personal Injury|

Let me try to get back on the task of posting some work-related information on this blog. Thus far, what [...]

Motorcycle vs. Car- A Losing Proposition

By |August 25th, 2010|Personal Injury|

I have been practicing personal injury law continuously since 2003 and have handled cases involving very minor injury and ranging [...]

Injury Blogs- Notice Anything Odd?

By |July 26th, 2010|Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation|

If you're visiting this blog, the chances are high that you've been doing some comparison searching online at some of [...]

Rumination on Low Volume versus High Volume Practice

By |June 16th, 2010|Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation|

I go out of the way on the website, www.coloradotortlaw.com, to explain that my firm's practice is "low volume". What [...]