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February 16th, 2017

Bogus Wheelchair Access Lawsuits Spreading across Southwest, Targeting Small Businesses

News 7 Denver reporter Ryan Luby this week documented the spread of bogus wheelchair-access lawsuits, driven by parasitic personal injury lawyers, across the nation’s Southwest and the impact those suits are having on hardworking small business owners . . . → Read More: Bogus Wheelchair Access Lawsuits Spreading across Southwest, Targeting Small Businesses

May 24th, 2013

Reformers Score Wins over Lawsuit Lenders in Colorado, Oklahoma

A unanimous Colorado Court of Appeals yesterday ruled against lawsuit lenders seeking to evade the state’s consumer lending laws, and Oklahoma legislators sent a bill to the governor that will subject such lenders to the Uniform Consumer Credit Code . . . → Read More: Reformers Score Wins over Lawsuit Lenders in Colorado, Oklahoma

March 31st, 2011

Personal Injury Lawyers Prevail on ‘Phantom Damages’ in Colorado

To the credit of some Colorado lawmakers, legislation to eliminate “phantom damages” easily passed in the House, 37-27, earlier this year. But, at the expense of auto and health care insurance premium payers, trial lawyers have just managed to kill the bill in a Senate committee . . . → Read More: Personal Injury Lawyers Prevail on ‘Phantom Damages’ in Colorado

January 25th, 2011

Colorado Bill Would Eliminate Phantom Damages

Colorado legislators introduced a bill last Friday that would correct a state supreme court ruling that results in awards that significantly overcompensate plaintiffs and their attorneys in personal injury lawsuits. . . . → Read More: Colorado Bill Would Eliminate Phantom Damages