Being arrested is a scary experience that few people want to go through. For this reason, many people are unprepared for interactions with the police and do not know how to react when they are stopped, questioned, detained or arrested.
The state of Colorado takes alcohol- and drug-related driving offenses seriously for all people. Driving laws exist to keep the roads as safe as possible, and operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or other substances is only jeopardizing the safety of everyone who shares the road.
Driving under the influence of alcohol or other substances is a serious offense—it endangers not only your own life, but the lives of anyone else on the road. If you’ve been drinking, you may think you’re doing the responsible thing in terms of both safety and legality to avoid driving your car and waiting inside it until you are sober.
When you suffer an injury or illness on the job that prevents you from returning to work, you not only have to worry about money not coming in, but it’s also likely you’ll be hit with a myriad of medical bills to pay for the treatment of your injury.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, commonly known as PTSD, is a mental health condition that arises from experiencing or witnessing a horrifying or gruesome event. People with PTSD can suffer from flashbacks, depression, nightmares, anxiety, an emotionally numbing or detachment, and the loss of interest in life or daily activities
If you’ve been injured at work and have a pre-existing injury, it can complicate your workers’ compensation claim. This is because insurance companies often use pre-existing injuries to try to discredit injuries, claiming that your condition could have been caused by a temporary aggravation of the pre-existing condition and not due to a new work-related injury.