Blog Posts in March, 2018 Motorcycle Safety Awareness Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. 29 Mar. 2018 As summer nears and the weather clears up, motorcyclists will take to the road in numbers, cruising the streets and highways of Colorado. Unfortunately, according to the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, motorcycle deaths have steadily risen 10% per year over the last 20 years, while injuries have also had a steady increase. Although motorcycles account for less than 5% of registered vehicles in the ... Continue Reading Share This Post: How to Help Prevent a Bicycle Accident Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. 28 Mar. 2018 As a cyclist, you are at a much higher risk of severe injuries and death than drivers. The roads are supposed to be shared peacefully, but accidents happen anyways. While you can’t always predict a driver’s behavior, you can take preventative measures to decrease your chances of getting hit. These are some of the most common bicycle accidents and how you can avoid them. The Left Hook ... Continue Reading Share This Post: Differences Between Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. 23 Mar. 2018 Most personal or “consumer debt” bankruptcies are either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 cases. In rare instances, an individual with considerable unsecured debt will be required to file a Chapter 11 case. Whether a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the right choice for you depends on your income, assets, and types of debt. Chapter 7 Chapter 7 is a liquidation bankruptcy designed to wipe ... Continue Reading Share This Post: What is Spoliation of Evidence? And Why Do You Care? Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. 9 Mar. 2018 Spoliation of evidence is a seemingly obscure subject that can greatly impact businesses and people alike. The term pertains to the legal impact of destroying evidence that is relevant to a lawsuit. Colorado Courts have established that a person has a duty to maintain and preserve evidence if the evidence is relevant to “pending, imminent, or reasonably foreseeable litigation.” ... Continue Reading Share This Post: Blog Home 4 results found. Viewing page 1 of 1.