Personal Injury

Colorado Comparative Negligence Law

May 10,2023

If there is a dispute over who is responsible for an injury, Colorado law can protect those involved by using a legal term known as comparative negligence. This type of negligence allows a court to assess responsibility and potential liability between two parties based on the facts of each particular case. If you or someone […]

2023 Glenwood Canyon Car Accident Study Results

April 12,2023

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) recently conducted a Glenwood Canyon car accident study to assess how often commercial motor vehicle (CMV) crashes lead to closures in Glenwood Canyon and along Interstate 70. The study results revealed that CMV accidents were responsible for 22% of all closures, with 179 collisions causing partial or full shutdowns […]

Kalamaya | Goscha Attorneys Selected for 2023 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Lists

March 17,2023

Kalamaya | Goscha is proud to announce that five attorneys have been selected for the 2023 Colorado Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists. Ryan Kalamaya has been selected to the 2023 Colorado Super Lawyers list for his work in family law. His expertise involves high asset divorces, complex property and business valuation, contested prenuptial agreements, […]

How to Sue for a Ski Accident in Colorado

February 17,2023

Skiing and snowboarding are popular ways to enjoy the beautiful Colorado landscape. Unfortunately, skiing and snowboarding also involve a certain element of risk. If you have been injured while participating in either of these activities, it is important to understand the legal implications of a potential ski accident lawsuit. Canceling your day with friends or […]

Colorado Ski Safety Act

February 15,2023

If you ski or snowboard in Colorado, it’s important to be aware of the state’s Ski Safety Act. This law establishes certain safety requirements for Colorado ski resorts and provides protections for skiers if they are injured while skiing. Understanding the Act can help keep you safe on the slopes, and know your rights if […]

Uncovering the Path to Success for Navigating a Colorado Personal Injury Claim

February 06,2023

Navigating a personal injury claim can be complicated and is always different depending on the situation. Here are some common questions that we get as people start their personal injury claims.

Personal Injury Claims, Marital Torts & Workers Comp in Divorces with Philip Goldberg, Esq. | Episode 83

March 21,2022

Our fictitious divorce client Eric Wolff was skiing down a slope at Aspen Highlands when someone hit him from behind. As a result of the accident, Eric was out of work for a substantial amount of time. Does Melanie have a right to any of his personal injury settlement? Ryan Kalamaya and Philip Goldberg discuss what happens if […]

Who’s at fault? Colorado Comparative Negligence Law

August 31,2018

The Colorado mountain communities are home to many unique civil lawsuits. Maybe it’s a ski accident personal injury case, a snow and ice caused car accident, or a mountainous construction injury. It’s common knowledge, that “fault”, or liability, is a big deal when deciding lawsuits. Fault is not always clear. Comparative Negligence Explained Insurance companies […]

Personal Injury Settlements in Divorce

August 01,2018

A client going through divorce who has sustained serious injuries may not consider their personal injury settlement as a possible asset subject to division in a divorce. As the victim of an accident, you may feel that it is not fair as you endured all the pain and suffering. Personal Injury Settlements or Awards and […]

The Intersection of Self-Driving Cars and Personal Injury

June 04,2018

Robots v. People is not a current case pending in the Supreme Court…yet. The recent developments in autonomous vehicles has some drawing comparisons to an episode of Westworld. But the main reason self-driving cars attract news coverage is due to a flurry of recent accidents. In March of this year, an Uber prototype struck and […]

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