GOOD NEWS FOR PERSONAL INJURY VICTIMS

Recently, the Colorado Court of Appeals in American Family Insurance v. Ashour, 2017 COA 67; 16CA0822, concluded that an employee injured by a motor vehicle on the job by a co-employee may...
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Sisun & Scriven, P.C. to Appear on Colorado’s Best/New Rules of Procedure

For our many readers out there we  wanted to let you know that attorney Bradley A. Scriven will be appearing live on Colorado’s Best on channel 2 here in Denver...
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JURIES AREN’T ALWAYS THE INJURED PARTY’S FRIEND

Recently, a New York man went to trial against the Nestle Corporation after suffering a significant brain injury as a result of  a collision with one of their trucks.  The...
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Sisun & Scriven, P.C. Guests on Colorado’s Best

Bradley Scriven of Sisun & Scriven, P.C. will be a guest on the Denver Channel 2 television show Colorado’s Best on Wednesday, March 5, 2014 at 9:00 a.m.  Brad will...
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DON’T TAKE YOUR PET FOR A RIDE

Many people see their pets as part of the family.  In fact, to some their dog or cat may be one of their closet friends.  Unfortunately, under the law pets...
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New Law on the Doctrine of Attractive Nuisance

The doctrine of attractive nuisance has long been the law of Colorado. Essentially the doctrine stated that if a landowner sees fit to keep on his premises something that is...
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Unexplained Fall Still Work Related

On February 3, 2014 the Colorado Supreme Court issued the decision, City of Brighton and CIRSA v. Helen M. Rodriguez, No. 12SC737 to determine if an unexplained fall at work satisfies...
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Slow Down Out There

It is as cold today as I can ever remember for the Denver metro area.  As I was coming into the office I noticed a large amount of traffic accidents...
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The New Slip and Fall in Colorado

Many years ago Colorado law was very basic concerning the everyday slip and fall injury.  Essentially, a carelessness standard was used to determine if the property owner would be held...
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Getting the Ticket Doesn’t Necessarily Mean No Recovery

Pedestrian injury accidents are far to common in the Denver metro area usually resulting in significant injuries for the individual.  To complicate this very tragic situation many times the person...
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