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JUDGE THROWS OUT $27 MILLION VERDICT IN XARELTO CASE

A Pennsylvania judge has overturned a $27 million jury verdict awarded to an Indiana couple, in one of the first of thousands of claims to go to trial against the makers of a popular blood-thinning drug. A Philadelphia jury had decided that Johnson & Johnson and Bayer AG failed to provide adequate warning of internal bleeding risks and other possible side effects of Xarelto, an anticoagulant that’s earned billions for its marketers in the past five years. But the January 9 ruling by Judge Michael Erdos reverses that decision, based on what the couple’s attorney has described as “a very narrow...

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FINDING THE HIDDEN FEES IN YOUR 401K – AND WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT THEM

If you were suffering from some form of internal bleeding, no matter how gradual or difficult to detect, you’d want to know about it — and you’d probably seek immediate medical attention to address the problem before disaster strikes. By the same token, if you discovered that there was a leak in the water or gas lines in your home, you’d want it located and fixed ASAP to keep your loved ones safe and head off major repair costs down the road. Yet most Americans aren’t quite as vigilant when it comes to fixing leaks in their retirement savings plans that can...

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Let’s Get Dirty: Off-Roading in Colorado

Most people know that Colorado has a rich and expansive outdoor and recreation community, one of which being off-roading. Whether with an All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV), dirt bike, or a 4-wheel drive jeep, there are several places to get out and enjoy a wilder side that Colorado has to offer. ATVing and Jeeping offers a different type of challenge for the outdoorsman, and that means there are more things to think about before hopping on an ATV and heading to the mountains. Before riding, you should know about what vehicle you’re on, the terrain, and how to be safe. Listed below...

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Attorney Fees: Know what you’re going to pay

Most people know that attorneys can be expensive. The work that they do is diligent and their fees are based on several factors. These factors can include: the attorneys experience, the time spent on your case, their ability and reputation, the degree of difficulty for the case, the results of the case, and other costs involved. Some additional factors include the attorney’s overhead expenses such as rent, utilities, and office equipment. All of these factors may influence how much you’ll pay and listed below are some of the more common fee agreements for attorneys. The first fee agreement is the ‘Contingency...

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Why you want an attorney in your corner

No one wants to be involved in a legal battle. It can be long, difficult, expensive, and really make your life tough. If you or a loved one is involved in a car accident or other scenario where you may face legal trouble, it’s always a good idea to consult an attorney to help alleviate some of the stresses that come along with legal battles. Listed below are some of the top reasons why you should hire an attorney. Legal battles are complicated – The law itself is very complex and if you don’t know your way through it, you...

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Marijuana Law in Colorado: What you need to know

Since the passing of amendment 64 in 2012, adults 21 and over can legally purchase and possess marijuana in the state of Colorado. As long as you are 21 years or older and have a government issued ID, you can purchase marijuana in a variety of forms. There is a limit to how much you can purchase at any given time, however. Since June of 2016, both Colorado residents as well as tourists can purchase up to 28 grams in a single transaction. Before you plan your next trip to Colorado or your local dispensary, there are a few key...

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Cyber Security: Tips to help prevent Identity Theft

In today’s technologically-advanced world, a new breed of criminal has arisen. Hackers can steal a wealth of information using just a computer. One of the most common forms of cybercrime is Identity theft. Identity theft is a crime where a thief steals your personal information, such as your full name or social security number, to commit fraud. The identity thief can use your information to fraudulently apply for credit, file taxes, or get medical services. These acts can damage your credit status, and cost you time and money to restore your good name. You may not know that you are...

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Hot Dog: Pets in Parked Cars

It can be dangerous, even deadly, to leave a pet inside a hot car. Earlier this year, Governor Hickenlooper passed a law in Colorado granting immunity if you break a dog out of a hot car. On a 78-degree day, the temperature inside of a parked car can reach 100 degrees in just a few minutes. With summer temperatures around 90-degrees, the interior temperature can reach as high as 109 degrees in less than 10 minutes. As we enter the hottest months of the year, it is important to know what to do if you see a pet trapped in...

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Look Both Ways Before You Cross: Crosswalk Safety

As of 2016, pedestrian deaths make up 14% of total traffic deaths in the U.S. To try and decrease this number, state legislatures are tightening pedestrian right-of-way laws. In Colorado, motorists must yield to pedestrians if they are on the same side of the road or are approaching closely enough from the opposite side of the roadway to be in danger. Right-of-way laws in Colorado regarding pedestrian are described in the Driver Handbook as “when driving, you should yield the right-of-way to pedestrians under all conditions”. With sunny skies ahead, it’s important to know how you can be safe both...

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Let’s Talk About Auto Insurance: Introduction

Let’s face it, car insurance is complicated and can be confusing at times, especially if you’ve recently been in an accident. There are 5 major categories of auto insurance you should be familiar with. Some are required by law, and others are not. In this series we will be covering one type of insurance each post and giving you the details on what it is, what it covers, and if you need it. Check back each Monday and Thursday to learn about another type of insurance and as the blogs get posted we will update this post with the links!       ...

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