Fraud is a serious matter, one that's punishable by heavy fines and even jail time in many cases. If the fraud involved a workers' comp claim, Colorado law is quite clear on what constitutes fraud and the punishment for engaging in it. In order for someone to be convicted of workers' comp fraud in Colorado, the state has to prove that the accused made material false statements and Continue Reading
Although most work injury claims are legitimate, there are a few cases where an employee will completely fake an injury and a few others who will exaggerate the extent of their injuries in order to collect more in workers’ comp benefits. False or exaggerated claims can be burdensome for businesses. From an injured worker’s perspective, fraudulent claims by others can lead to legitimate claims Continue Reading
Following an accident or injury, it could very well take years or even the rest of your life to deal with the effects. Considering the added expense and unexpected change to your life, you will certainly require substantial compensation for medical costs, lost wages as well as pain & suffering. Beyond the immediate challenge of your injury lies a heavy financial burden. Often times, Continue Reading
Customers of many banks across the U.S. – including many in Colorado – are complaining they are the victims of excessive overdraft fees. Many are suing for damages, including a woman in Loveland who recently sued Wells Fargo in federal court. In fact, all of these cases spanning 23 states and 33 banks have been consolidated into a class-action lawsuit in Miami. Continue reading for a few of Continue Reading
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