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Walmart’s Wrongful Death Suit

While some workers were laid off due to COVID-19 and others were lucky enough to work remotely, some people had jobs that deemed them as essentials, and they needed to travel to their jobs, despite the current stay at home advisories. As such, these people are at higher risk for contracting the Coronavirus that has most people quarantined.

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Don’t Use Scorch and Burn in a Divorce

Divorce is an unhappy, dark, and ugly time for couples to go through (more often than not, at the least). True, some couples can amicably settle their differences and go through an uncontested divorce (which still has hurdles to overcome) and leave the negotiation table without any bad (or worse) feelings.

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Shelter in Place and Domestic Abuse

It’s already tough enough for most people to acclimate to the shelter-in-place order that has been issued in the state of Colorado. Not being able to leave our homes can quickly become stale and stressful. Sure, for a few days, not having to go into work was probably pretty nice, assuming you weren’t deemed an essential employee.

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Proposed Missing Child Law Gains Momentum

Earlier this year, 11-year-old Colorado Springs child Gannon Stauch went missing on January 27th, 2020, and the search is still on. He was last seen walking to a friend’s home; after three days without seeing, nor hearing from, him, his case was upgraded to a missing child, as opposed to a runaway case. As the case garners more attention in the community, other concerned parents and adults are taking action in the form of canvassing signatures for a petition.

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Can You Sue Your Work for Giving You Coronavirus?

As we work through the Coronavirus pandemic that grips the globe, particularly the United States and its businesses, plenty of misinformation is spreading around and causing panic. People are hoarding hand sanitizer and toilet paper, making Target shopping centers and grocery stores look like ghost towns.

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The Difference Between Assault and Battery

When they resort to threat and/or violence, there is a good chance that the third party will press charges against them for assault & battery, or one without the other (for example assault, or battery). Most people only think of them as one unit, but they can be individual charges as well, giving 3 options for your record. What exactly is the difference between them and why does it matter?

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Divorcing When Young Vs. Older

Weddings are often beautiful ceremonies and occasions to celebrate two people joining together for life out of love and devotion to one another, but as we all know, sometimes marriages don’t work out and couples need to file for divorce – some sooner than others, some much later.

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The Facts About Hidden Assets During Divorce

It is ill-advised to go into negotiations without the assistance of a Colorado Springs family law attorney, even if you and your spouse are ending the marriage on amicable terms as unforeseen events and disagreements can arise at any time; additionally, your spouse may try to hide assets so that they get a better deal from the judge. Hiring a Colorado Springs family law attorney can protect you from this event.

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Adoption for Single, Unmarried and Married Individuals

In Colorado, unmarried couples, or single individuals, can adopt a child in the same way that a married couple can. The major difference between married and unmarried couples attempting to adopt a child is that the unmarried couple, or single individual, will undergo greater scrutiny and face more difficult challenges as the adoption agencies impose more restrictions.

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Three Most Common Truck Accidents

Truck drivers and commercial vehicle operators need to go through extra education programs and training to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to operate these heavy/heavy duty machines without putting other drivers, pedestrians, and motorcyclists at risk of accidents or injury. Despite these requirements and the understanding of what comes next if a truck driver acts negligently, many will fall prey to distracted driving, speeding, tailgating, or more to wind up in one of 3 common accidents and the victims will need to call a Colorado Springs personal injury attorney to assist them.

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