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  Police officers risk their health, their lives, and the wellbeing of their families every day they  serve a public they’ve sworn to protect. Routine traffic stops and other seemingly peaceful situations can become dangerous instantly and without notice. Because patrol officers spend their days and nights driving, they are constantly at risk of being […]

It can be difficult to know when it’s appropriate to launch a personal injury lawsuit. It’s human nature to assume that when there’s an accident that you’re at fault, or at the very least, that it was an actual accident. However, the truth is that most accidents are preventable, and many are due to the […]

Keating Wagner Polidori Free is pleased to announce that three of our attorneys were recently selected for 5280 Magazine’s Denver’s Top Lawyers in 2022. Their names are amongst over 500 of the best attorneys in and around the Mile High City. Michael Keating Mike represents plaintiffs in countless personal injury cases, including wrongful death, product […]

The Marshall Fire was just declared a $1 billion disaster by NOAA, making it the 57 th Colorado-based disaster with that distinction since 1980. The aftermath will continue to impact Coloradofamilies for decades to come. Some Marshall Fire victims are likely to discover the difficulties ofrecovering compensation under insurance policies. Knowing Where to Begin Finding […]

Keating Wagner is proud to sponsor the Creating Ties Dinner in support of Children’s Hospital Colorado Burn Camps Program. The dinner will be held on Friday, November 5, 2021 at Maggiano’s Denver Tech Center, and we encourage you to learn more about the event here. This year, all monies raised will benefit the organization’s newly […]

The world’s largest online retailer announced recently that it was changing its policy related to injuries customers receive from third-party products they bought from its site. Up until the announcement, Amazon had maintained that the third-party seller was responsible for the injuries, and while many courts agreed, Amazon reversed course, offering consumers more protection and […]

All of the firm’s attorneys were named across 10 practice areas Keating Wagner Polidori Free is proud to share that all of its attorneys are listed in The Best Lawyers in America® 2022 in the areas of Commercial Litigation, Insurance Law, Litigation-Insurance, Litigation-Securities, Medical Malpractice Law, Personal Injury Litigation–Plaintiffs, Product Liability Litigation-Plaintiffs, Professional Malpractice Law-Plaintiffs […]

A recent federal appeals court decision is offering some plaintiffs hope that third party tech companies may have some liability in some personal injury suits. The appeal, which originated out of a federal case in Wisconsin, involves the families of three teenage boys who were killed in a high-speed automobile crash while using Snapchat to […]

The state legislature late last week abandoned a proposed bill that would have updated the state’s workers’ compensation laws to include a much broader list of qualified medical providers that can provide care. The bill, which was the first significant update to the state’s workers’ compensation laws, was killed in committee after its sponsor, Sen. […]

For the first time in more than a decade, Colorado’s legislature is contemplating changes to the state’s workers’ compensation system. Senate Bill 197 passed a significant hurdle this week when it passed out of the state’s Senate. The bill expands the list of providers that injured workers can choose from when they go through the […]

Keating Wagner Polidori Free is pleased to announce that it was among the top law firms per capita whose associates donated to Colorado’s Legal Aid Foundation this year. The firm has been the leader per capita small firm for three of the last four years. Aaron Goldhamer led efforts among the firm’s associates, who were […]

Colorado is one of several states that is contemplating or introduced protections for businesses facing coronavirus liability case. While Colorado Senate Bill 21-080 didn’t have enough support to pass out committee, it’s interesting to note that the bill text would have offered businesses protections against COVID-19 liability unless the claimant could prove the business failed […]

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