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Spring Case Update

Colorado Case Law Update Ruebel & Quillen, LLC COURT OF APPEALS Banning v. Prester – Court of Appeals holds that duty to mitigate does mean a duty to cease ineffective medical treatment (CA 12/27/13). Prester negligently drove his vehicle, causing a low-speed rear-end collision with Banning’s vehicle. Banning sought medical attention for neck and back pain, ultimately resulting in huge medical damages. On appeal, the Court of Appeals reversed the...
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Experience Matters

An experienced lawyer can go a long way to help keep you and your business out of trouble - or quickly resolve disputes which have escalated into an insurance claim or lawsuit.   How can you be sure you are retaining quality counsel? You should not assume that the biggest firm or the highest billable rate are a sign of experience or quality.  There are few industry ratings that more...
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SB 161 Sunset Review

SB 161 and the Sunset Review of the State Board of Licensure Architects, Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors are regulated under the Department of Regulatory Agencies Board. As with most regulatory agencies in Colorado, the Board will “sunset [be terminated]” unless the Legislature agrees to extend the statute authorizing the Board. Typically, if the Boards are continued, changes in the statute authorizing the Board are made and their regulatory...
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