Our client was severely injured in a motor vehicle accident caused by the defendant while he was driving a company vehicle. While driving southbound on Interstate 25, our client noticed a vehicle on the side of the road and stopped to offer aid. Within minutes, she was pinned between her car and a van, driven by the defendant that had lost control. Read More


Our client was broadsided by another driver, who admitted fault. Our client reported the claim to her insurance company seeking MedPay benefits and also putting her insurance company on notice of a potential Uninsured Motorist/Under Insured Motorist (UM/UIM) claim. Her insurance company denied our client’s claim. Read More


Our client was riding his motorcycle when he approached an intersection traveling within the legal speed limit andwith the right of way. The defendant, driving a pick-up truck, ran through a stop sign and our client slammed into the side of the truck. After impact, our client landed approximately twenty feet from his mangled bike. He was bleeding from his face under his helmet. Read More


Our client was injured on-the-job when he fell on a piece of conduit that had been carelessly discarded by another worker who threw the piece of conduit on the floor instead of in the trash or “bone” pile (designated pile for trash). Read More


Our client drowned while swimming at a public beach located in a State Park. When he began to struggle, splash and shout for help, the nearest lifeguard, who was 17 years old, did not attempt rescue until our client sank under the water and did not resurface. The lifeguards utilized a human chain to search for our client when he did not resurface, which is contrary to American Red Cross Standards. It took over 20 minutes to recover the body at which time our client was not breathing and all attempts at emergency resuscitation were unsuccessful. Read More


Our client and her daughter were in Denver for a work related conference and were guests at local hotel. As our client suffers from Cerebral Palsy, a condition she has had since birth, she usually travels with her daughter. Despite having Cerebral Palsy, she was remarkably mobile, utilizing arm crutches for short distances and a wheel chair for long distances. She had been employed for 13 years prior to this incident. Read More


Our client, her husband, daughter and grandson arrived at local restaurant. Defendant had not applied ice melt or sand, or otherwise cleared the ice from the walk in front of the restaurant’s entryway. Although, our client tried to be careful by holding on to her husband, as they approached the entryshe slipped on the ice and landed on her left knee. After she fell, a restaurant employee came out and sprinkled ice melt around her. Read More


Our client was legally stopped in an intersection, waiting for traffic clear in the opposing direction so she could make a left hand turn, when her vehicle was rear-ended by an 18-wheeler tractor trailer. Mr. Bendinelli was able to prove to the jury that the owner and the driver were negligent due to defective brakes on the tractor-trailer which had not been maintained properly. Read More