Last month the U.S. saw the biggest lottery in its history. The winning Powerball numbers were finally called out after over 2 months of drawings. The Powerball winnings topped out at $1.6 billion, crushing the previous lottery record of $656 million. Since the January 2016 Powerball, three winners have emerged to divvy up the winnings. It’s almost guaranteed that the first question these Continue Reading
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Giving something to those less fortunate is a central pillar in the spirit of Christmas. Colorado work injury attorneys at the Babcock Law Firm are taking part in that spirit by sponsoring kids housed at the Denver Children's Home. This Christmas, three kids at the home will receive gifts on behalf of the Babcock Law Firm. While we tirelessly work throughout the year to obtain injured Continue Reading
Today is Veterans Day in the United States, a day we recognize those who have honorably worn the uniform in service of our country. Veterans Day was originally known as Armistice Day – the official end of World War I in 1918. Since, it has morphed into a day to recognize veterans from all four branches of the armed forces (i.e. Army, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard). We owe a debt of Continue Reading
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