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The vast majority of personal injury cases settle outside of court. However, settling a case isn’t always straightforward. There are key strategies for maximizing your personal injury settlement so that you get the full and fair compensation you deserve. There are also common pitfalls you must avoid, which could negatively affect your claim. Pitfall #1: […]

What Is Maximum Medical Improvement? If you’ve been injured at work and are receiving medical treatment through authorized providers, you may have heard the term “maximum medical improvement” or MMI. What is it? In Colorado, medical treatment provided to injured workers is generally governed by a set of Medical Treatment Guidelines or MTG.  Relying on […]

When survivors of Catholic Church sex abuse come forward, they do more than hold the church accountable for the harm caused—they protect others from having to go through the same experiences in the future.  If you are thinking about coming forward, you should know that the lawyers at Keating Wagner Polidori Free support you. At […]

Uninsured/underinsured (UM/UIM) motorist insurance protects you if you are hit by a driver who is not carrying enough insurance. There are several ways this could happen. Sometimes drivers are involved with a hit-and-run driver who flees the scene after a crash. Other times, the other driver’s insurance has lapsed, or they’re carrying insurance coverage that […]

Colorado workers’ compensation law is complex. With the help of their attorneys, injured workers must navigate ever-changing rules and overcome legal hurdles to successfully obtain the compensation they deserve. If you are considering filing a workers’ compensation claim in Colorado, here are a few laws you should know. All Colorado Businesses Must Carry Workers’ Compensation […]

When it comes to sexual abuse cases, Colorado is one of the most survivor-friendly states in the country. This means that survivors of sexual abuse can receive a great deal of support from the legal system. Many older survivors of sexual abuse have not come forward with legal claims because the statute of limitations lapsed […]

In May, Keating Wagner attorneys and staff will attend the prestigious Colorado Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA) Spring Event. CTLA hosts a dinner every year in May to announce and congratulate their annual award winners. This year’s dinner will be held on May 12th at the Denver Ritz Carlton, with cocktails served before dinner and awards. […]

It’s been another year and another win for KWPF on the Legal Aid Foundation Associates Campaign. Keating Wagner is pleased to share that they will receive an engraved trophy for their campaign fundraising efforts at an awards ceremony on May 19, 2022. About the Legal Aid Foundation of Colorado For more than 35 years, the […]

Commercial property insurance claims can be denied for a variety of reasons. However, there are steps that policyholders can take to fight those denials. In addition to fighting denials, insurance policyholders also retain the right to file a legal action against the insurance carrier if that carrier has acted in bad faith by wrongfully denying […]

Clergy sexual abuse is a serious problem in Colorado. According to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, there have been clergy sexual abuse cases reported in every county in the state. This is a difficult topic to talk about, but victims deserve to know what’s needed from them in order to file a claim. If you […]

Since its inception in 1975, Keating Wagner has helped countless police officers who have suffered injuries in the line of duty. We have worked with peace officers throughout Colorado and continue to focus our practice on helping officers and their families. As an extension of this commitment, the firm supports two local scholarship programs funded […]

Some injuries suffered in car crashes or on the job are minor; think bumps and bruises and soreness that goes away in a couple of days. Other injuries have serious, life-altering effects that can last for many years and even a lifetime. These debilitating traumas are called catastrophic injuries. Most states, including Colorado, do not […]