Don’t Underestimate the Potential Cost of a Broken Bone

Don’t Underestimate the Potential Cost of a Broken Bone

In the broad spectrum of injuries you could suffer in a car crash, a broken bone may be painful. The one silver lining is that a broken bone is less devastating than other possible impacts, such as spinal cord injuries or brain injuries.  However, being grateful for the fact that your injuries could have been worse doesn’t mean you have to ignore the very real consequences that fractured or broken bones can have on your life. Broken bones can mean…

Is it Possible to Keep a Small Business Safe During a Divorce?

Business owners have unique issues to consider when ending a marriage. For many Colorado small business owners, a business is the most valuable asset that exists in the marriage. That also can make it the most vulnerable when it comes time to divide property in a divorce. The outlook for an individual business depends on a variety of factors. If a prenuptial agreement exists that explains what should be done with a business in case of a divorce, this will…

Why a Divorce can be Empowering

If you are in an unhappy marriage, you’re probably wishing that you were able to enjoy the positive aspects of being single. You may look back on times before your marriage and think about how lucky you were to have full freedom and a lack of responsibility. You may now be feeling constrained within a toxic relationship. This is a difficult position to be in, but the good news is that there is always a way out. Taking action to…

See a Distracted Driver? Call 911 to Get Them off the Road

When driving, one of the things you hate seeing is a driver who is weaving in and out of traffic. You know that they’re not safe and that their actions could lead to a crash.  Whenever someone is weaving, you have a decision to make. Should you get their license plate number and pull over to call the police? Should you try to get their attention to see if they need help? What you do could make a difference in their…

Here are 4 Things to do to Make Your Divorce Easier on Yourself

Divorcing is never something people plan for when they get married. When you decided to marry your spouse, you were dedicated entirely to making your marriage work. Even after they cheated on you with another person, you forgave them and decided to move forward with your marriage.  Now, you’ve found out that your spouse is seeing someone else again, and you’ve given up hope of making this work. You feel disrespected and hurt, which is expected. You just want to…