Snowsports are inherently dangerous. We accept certain risks as part of entering our favorite resorts. When serious ski or snowboard accidents occur, they can be life-altering:
The Front Range has already gotten a few freezing, snow-laden winter storms, and it's only December. With the winter season still ahead of us, our law firm wants to take the opportunity to remind our fellow Boulder locals to stay safe out there when the streets and sidewalks get slippery.
Suffering a serious personal injury can turn your life upside down. If you are searching for a personal injury attorney to pursue compensation and justice on your behalf, you want to make sure they are properly qualified and committed to your case. Please see our infographic on the matter, and give our Boulder law firm a call to learn more about us. We offer complimentary case reviews. To reach the office of experienced personal injury attorney Chris Jeffress, please call 303-732-6634.
Boulder attorney Chris Jeffress and our team are thrilled to have had the opportunity to help families in need in Boulder and Broomfield Counties.
Hot temperatures are the name of the game across Boulder this July. It's the perfect time of year to enjoy swimming with your family at Front Range pools and waterparks. Swimming is a healthy, fun activity that gets you and your children out of the house, and lets you cool off on the summer's hottest days.
With traffic from 34 being diverted through Lyons, this typically idyllic mountain town is experiencing a significant – almost alarming – increase in traffic.
The fire burning near Sunshine Canyon and Timber Trail is suspected to have been caused by humans. This is, sadly, unsurprising.
CDOT reports that US 34 will remain closed between Loveland and Estes Park through early June of 2017. Construction began in July of 2016 with full road closure taking place in October.
An ice storm swept into Northern Colorado on Wednesday night, bringing with it slippery roads, icy sidewalks, and increased danger of serious personal injury.