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COVID "long haulers" and SSDI, SSI and Disability

An informative article https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2021/02/22/966291447/when-does-covid-19-become-a-disability-long-haulers-push-for-answers-and-benefit Read More

Legal Blogs

Many lawyers feel it is there duty to help inform the public about the law, and to help keep people advised about the law (our firm included!). It is important to Read More

Punitive and Other Damage Caps in Colorado

Many people do not know that the amount of damages they can recover are "capped" by law.  The caps that apply are very case specific, and depend on the type Read More

Have you considered Med-pay coverage for your car?

Several of our posts have addressed different types of insurance coverage that you may want to consider purchasing for your own protection.  Medical payment coverage (also called “med-pay”) may be an Read More

Damage Limits in Colorado Personal Injury Cases

Many people do not know that the amount of damages they can recover are "capped" by law.  The caps that apply are very case specific, and depend on the type Read More

Understanding Your Personal Injury Case; Discovery

One of the most difficult parts of a case (for the client) is discovery.  Discovery is the generic name for the fact-finding tools that are used in a lawsuit to Read More

ADR and Colorado

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, Read More

Disability Insurance Tips

Many people have short- and long-term disability coverage through their employer.  However, many Colorado workers do not.  There are many affordable options available, and this can be a valuable protection Read More

Uninsured Motorist Insurance

You are in a wreck, you are hurt, and you find out the at-fault driver does not have any car insurance!  What do you do next?  If you are injured by Read More

Is there a deadline for my slip and fall case?

YES!  Most civil cases have a statute of limitations that applies;  that is a law that puts a time limit on your right to have a lawsuit heard in a Read More

Personal Injury Settlements and Taxes

W are often asked if a personal injury settlement is taxed? We are not a tax firm, and the answer can be complicated (and depends on the type of case).  The Read More

Silvern & Bulger PC in the news

From a recent article on the Rueters wire: A 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel on Wednesday seemed conflicted over whether Banner Health’s employee health insurance plan could deny coverage Read More

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