Denver Attorney Pamela Maass Receives Excellence in Civil Legal Representation Award

On March 30th, 2017, Denver attorney Pamela Maass from the Gold Law Firm, was honored at the Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center (RMvlc) award ceremony. She received the Excellence in Civil Legal Representation Award. The ceremony and celebration was the Law Center’s first ever National Crime Victim Rights Week event honoring both victims of crimes, […]

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March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month as designated by the Brain Injury Association of America, and the theme for this year’s awareness campaign is “Not Alone”. The Not Alone campaign aims to provide education for the general public on the incidence of brain injuries in America and the needs of victims and their families. It also aims […]

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Just HOW Bad are Colorado Drivers?

How many times have you driven down I70 and been cut off by an aggressive or distracted driver? How many times have you sat in rush hour traffic on I25 because of an accident or maybe even two! If you’ve ever wondered: “How bad are Colorado drivers?”, you’re not alone. Although not quite ranked the […]

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Dos and Don’ts After a Slip and Fall Accident

The CDC reports that slip and fall accidents account for 15% of all accidental deaths in the United States. Slip and falls over 8 million emergency room visits are due to slips, trips, and falls. Knowing what not to do after a slip and fall accident can be just as important as knowing what to […]

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Are Drivers Liable for Snow on Their Cars?

While most people are aware that snowy winter weather is not the ideal time to be on the road, there is one hazard associated with winter snow which many people fail to consider.  This hazard is driving with snow on the roof of your car. Most people will clean their windshields, yet fail to think […]

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Three Members of The Gold Law Firm Named Super Lawyers

Super Lawyers rates outstanding attorneys from over 70 practice areas who have reached a high level of professional achievement and recognition from their peers. Peer nominations, independent research and peer evaluations are all parts of the patented, multi-phase selection process. Each year, exceptional attorneys from all 50 states and Washington D.C. are nominated and evaluated […]

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The Odds of Surviving a Motorcycle Accident

Unfortunately, the odds of surviving a motorcycle accident aren’t good. In face, riders involved in a collision with another vehicle are almost twenty-seven times as likely to die and eight times more likely to be injured, than the occupants and driver of the vehicle. There are many factors involved in motorcycle accidents, yet perhaps the […]

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Do High SUV Bumpers Make Car Accidents More Dangerous?

It is likely that you may never give a second thought to the bumper on your vehicle—until that bumper is responsible for an injury during a relatively minor collision. The bumper on your car is probably not only the first contact point, but the first level of protection in many car collisions. While the Federal […]

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Could You Be Deemed Negligent for Failure to Wear a Safety Belt?

Relatively minor and more serious life-threatening injuries can be sustained when a person fails to wear a seatbelt in an auto collision. Currently every state except New Hampshire has a seat belt law on the books, and lap belts have been required in all new vehicles since 1968. 2008 saw legislation which required all new […]

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What is the Value of Your Colorado Personal Injury Claim?

If you’ve been involved in an auto accident, and injured as a result, the amount of compensation you may receive from your insurance settlement depends on a wide variety of factors. It can help for you to understand just how insurance companies go about determining compensation for their plaintiffs as it provides you with a […]

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