Neck Injuries Won’t Just Bounce Back

Mention the term “whiplash,” and many people will roll their eyes and think a personal injury attorney can’t be far behind. It is true the word “whiplash” is an imprecise catchall to describe severe pain and stiffness caused when the head suddenly moves backward and forward like the cracking of a whip. However, new medical… Read More

Hundreds file personal injury claims against makers of firefighting foams

Hundreds of current and former Pennsylvania residents have filed a mass tort lawsuit because of injuries they say they have suffered because of contaminants in drinking water. This report in The Intelligencer in Doylestown, Pa., caught our attention as we continue to monitor Colorado residents’ concerns about contaminated drinking water in rural El Paso County.… Read More

Slip and fall in a store? Chances are good you are on (very high-definition) camera  

A case I’m now handling serves as an interesting reminder about how business owners — especially retailers and grocers — equip themselves to fight customers who claim to have been injured on their premises. It also serves as an important reminder that people injured because of a slip or fall should seek the help of… Read More

Top lawyers to watch on social media 

Count me among the first to acknowledge that there are good reasons to believe lawyers, judges and social media don’t mix — but let’s face it: Some lawyers are a lot of fun to track online. They offer insight, expertise — and often good humor. Though I specialize in personal injury law in Denver, Colorado,… Read More

Consider Supporting Craig Hospital and Denver Health Fundraisers

Colorado personal injury lawyers like me know well how much our injured clients and their families and have been helped by Craig Hospital and Denver Health hospital. Charitable foundations funding the work both of these Denver hospitals will host their biggest fundraisers of the year this spring. Among the important details: Craig Hospital Foundation’s 2017… Read More

Fuller Law Uses Expertise To Uncover Critical Information

Sometimes creative thinking reveals viable legal claims that were not obvious at first. Take, for example, Fuller Law’s representation of the family of a man who was working on a large fryer in a food production warehouse. A hose blew off of a fitting, covering the man in near-boiling cleaning chemicals. He died days later… Read More