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Colorado Pandemic Response – August Update

The Coronavirus landscape continues to present daily changes and challenges.  Here is the five-second version of Colorado rules and guidelines, current as of August 4, 2020: Wear a face covering (nose and mouth) in public spaces. Stay at home as much as possible. Connect with friends and family virtually. Be diligent about hand washing. Avoid [...]

By |August 6th, 2020|Coronavirus|

Home of the Brave

It’s been almost three months since Coronavirus upended our lives.  Shuttered businesses.  Widespread illness.  Masks in public.  Stay-at-Home orders.  Arrests, violence, and worse.  In this short time, we’ve come to inhabit a surreal reality that feels like Outbreak meets the Great Depression. We’re all experiencing some forceful emotions, too.  Shock.  Powerlessness.  Anger.  Fear. Uncertainty has [...]

Coronavirus: Latest Guidelines

Good News for Colorado On the evening of April 6, 2020, Governor Polis, while wearing a cloth facemask printed with a Colorado logo, extended Colorado’s Stay-at-Home order until April 26.  He also shared some welcome news: social distancing measures are working.  The rate of new COVID-19 infections in Colorado has decreased markedly, from doubling every [...]

By |April 7th, 2020|Coronavirus|

Time to Tone up Your Insurance Policies

Happy New Year!  Time to eat some veggies, exercise, and tone up your insurance policies. For Auto Make sure your auto insurance deductibles, limits, and primary driver designations are up to date.  Most importantly, make sure you have Underinsured Motorist Coverage for bodily injury (UM/UIM) and med pay.  Sometimes auto insurers encourage people to opt [...]

Avoid These Common Holiday Injuries

Between decorating, shopping, school performances and parties, things can get pretty crazy in December.  Here are some tips to help you avoid the most common holiday injuries. 1: Decorate safely. The most common holiday injuries involve falls from roofs and ladders.  Make sure someone is available to help you if you fall.  Keep children on [...]

Does it Pay to be Nice?

In America, we have a certain dissonance when it comes to the idea of nice.  While schools teach our children that they must be nice (or be punished) even kindergarteners can see that being nice can get you tripped on the playground.  Our government doesn’t exactly run on niceness, and our laws aren’t always enforced [...]

Red Light Cameras: An Ongoing Debate

Hate red light cameras?  You’re not alone. In February of this year, Colorado’s legislature considered the fourth bill in a decade that would have repealed the rights of local jurisdictions to use automated vehicle identification systems, including red-light cameras.  The bill’s sponsors argued the cameras erode civil liberties, do nothing to promote public safety, and [...]

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