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Federal Appeals Court Enforces Vail’s Broad Liability Waiver to Completely Bar Lawsuit Arising from a Ski Lift Injury

Bloch & Chapleau Jan 16th, 2018 Personal Injury

On January, 8, 2018, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals issued its Opinion in the case of Teresa Brigance v. Vail Summit Resorts, Inc. The Federal Appeals Court ruled that Vail’s broad liability waiver that appears on the back of a ski lift ticket completely bars the claims of Dr. Teresa Brigance. Dr. Brigance was […]

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Will I Lose My Inheritance if I Get Divorced in Colorado?

Bloch & Chapleau Jan 3rd, 2018 Family Law

If you are thinking about getting divorced in Colorado, understanding the state’s rules on property division is very important. A lack of understanding of these laws could put your assets and financial well being at risk. One question that our lawyers frequently hear is in regards to divorce, division of property, and inheritance. Here’s what […]

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Are Divorce Records Public In Colorado?

Bloch & Chapleau Jan 3rd, 2018 Family Law

Getting a divorce is challenging enough. Feeling that your dirty laundry, so to speak, may be aired for everyone else to see can be even more disconcerting. Here’s what you need to know about public divorce records in Colorado:   Divorce and a Divorce Settlements Are Public Record When you file for a dissolution of […]

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