Did you know that about 52% of accidents occur within five miles of a person’s home? When you head off to work or run to the grocery store, you may not realize just how likely it is that an accident can occur. Personal injury cases involve more than just car accidents. In fact, they often come in the form of trucking accidents, slip and fall accidents, and bicycling accidents.
The two key things to remember about personal injuries are: 1) the other party will likely try to downplay their responsibility for the accident, and 2) you’re entitled
to compensation if you suffer harm at the fault of someone else. Trying to fight these cases alone is an extremely aggravating process. If you’ve been injured, put the power on your side by hiring us.
Residential Real Estate
Real estate transactions are on the rise in Colorado as more and more people call the state their home. Nearly 101,000 new residents moved to Colorado between 2014 and 2015, and Colorado regularly ranks high on the list for states with the highest population growth.
This growth is certainly exciting, but it can also pose unique challenges to those hoping to buy or sell real estate in Colorado. To top it off, residential real estate transactions already come with a slew of hurdles in the form of inspections, negotiations, contracts, rentals, investors, and more. An attorney may not be the first person you think to turn to when it comes to real estate, but you’ll find that our help will be an invaluable asset — no matter the type of transaction.