Gun Companies Sued for Wrongful Death of Girl

Posted on: August 29th, 2018

There’s probably no more controversial issue on Americans’ lips these days than gun control and gun safety. And, with every intentional or accidental shooting death, the call to action to ban guns and penalize the gun industry increases. So, not surprisingly, when a 15-year-old Woodland Park girl died from an accidental shooting on March 1, […]

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Retired Pro Cyclist Loses Arm Colliding with Truck Above Boulder

Posted on: July 6th, 2018

Anyone who’s spent any time driving around Boulder and the surrounding area knows the roads in the foothills can be treacherous, especially when you have to navigate around a swarm of recreational and professional bicyclists. Even Lance Armstrong is known to have trained in the area prior to some of his seven Tour de France […]

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Viagra Lawsuit Alleges Pfizer Hid Risks, Dangers of the Drug

Posted on: May 16th, 2018

  It wouldn’t be the first time someone sued Pfizer Inc. for its male-enhancing drug, but a Florida man did just that on July 21 in St. Clair County Circuit Court. The plaintiff, Ernest Mike Cross, in the suit accuses Pfizer of unjust enrichment and breach of duty in that they failed to exercise due […]

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Dangerous Products Sell Online as Magical Cures for Diseases

Posted on: January 29th, 2018

Amazon and other online retailers have been known to hawk untested and unproven products marketed with medical claims, which some are saying is the last marketplace for unregulated products with cures for everything from autism to cancer. Plain and simple – buyer beware: These could be the new snake oil store fronts. “Amazon should immediately […]

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Will New On-Ramp Metering Fix Colorado’s Traffic Problems?

Posted on: October 17th, 2017

Nearly all modern metropolitan areas are awash in traffic congestion and concerns about safety. Well, it seems the one tool that state roadway planners and legislators have turned to for an effective and financially viable tool to address these concerns is ramp metering. Denver is actually taking the first step with a newer “on-ramp system” […]

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Why Buying Fake Products Can Be Dangerous

Posted on: October 17th, 2017

By the time you’re in your teens or early 20s, pretty much everyone has figured out the power of ‘brand name’ products. Take for instance these names: iPhone, Levis, and Cadillac. For years, and in some cases for decades, these products because of their brand name have stood atop the field of the marketplace as […]

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Pool Accidents, Injuries & Deaths [Infographic]

Posted on: July 25th, 2016

Every year in the U.S., at least 300 children are killed as a result of pool accidents.1 What may be just as upsetting as this is the fact that, in many cases, these deaths could have been prevented if someone else had been more attentive, careful and diligent about pool safety. Diving into some of […]

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Fatal ATV Accidents: Too Common & Often Preventable [Infographic]

Posted on: July 20th, 2016

Riding ATVs can be an exciting, adventurous hobby, as well as fun way to explore and enjoy the outdoors. It can also be dangerous, harmful and possibly deadly if an accident happens. In fact, although fatal ATV accidents have been declining in recent years, these deadly wrecks still occur far too often. And, in many […]

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July 4th Is the Deadliest Day to Be on the Roads [Infographic]

Posted on: July 1st, 2016

July 4th is known for fun, fireworks and barbeques. It’s also the single day of the year when the most deadly traffic accidents occur. The following infographics reveals why July 4th is known as the deadliest day for drivers to be on the roads. Contact a Denver Car Accident Lawyer at Cederberg Law If you […]

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Important Facts about Dog Bites for National Dog Bite Prevention Week [Infographic]

Posted on: May 16th, 2016

More than 800,000 Americans are seriously injured as a result of dog bites every year in U.S. About half of these victims are children. Looking to bring these numbers down and prevent dog bites and attacks, safety advocates across the nation are promoting National Dog Bite Prevention Week from May 15th through 21st. To support […]

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