Recent Blog Posts
One of the questions we are asking most frequently is why long term disability insurance companies are allowed to offset and take a credit for SSDI benefits. The short answer? Because the insurance policy says they can, and the law permits it. The next question we are asked? Does the insurance company waive that offset… Read More »
Want to know about our firm? Ask our clients: I worked with Bulger and he was great at explaining everything and walking me through every step of my case. It was easy to get updates by phone or email and send information via email. I couldn’t have asked for a better attorney for my case. … Read More »
As we enter the winter months, we are seeing a spike in cases around the country (and in Colorado). If you need to consult with a lawyer, we can help you do so as safely as possible. While we can still accommodate in-person meetings with new clients, we can also offer many safe alternatives including… Read More »
The litigation process has several stages. The first is the “pleading” stage. This starts when you initiate the lawsuit by filing a Complaint, and ends when the defendant files an Answer (or Motion to Dismiss). This phase frames the basic issues in the case. The Complaint sets out the claims for relief … the Answer… Read More »
At Silvern & Bulger, PC, we are wishing all of our friends, family and clients a peaceful and safe 2021!
We wish you all a safe and happy 2021!
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IMPORTANT NOTICE! Protect your rights! As many of you know, the State and Federal Court systems have been impacted by the pandemic like most businesses in Colorado. While trials and in-person Court appearances are being postponed in many cases, that does not excuse you from all of the deadlines that may apply. For example, every… Read More »
The answer is …… maybe. Often, it depends on where in the process your case is. One of the most sweeping trends over the past several years in Colorado personal injury litigation is the increase in mandatory Alternative Dispute Resolution Orders (ADR). Many Courts in Colorado, as a matter of routine, require civil cases to… Read More »