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Vail Valley Ski Injury Attorneys

With Colorado’s ski resorts being frequented by more and more people, injuries caused by other people’s negligence is on the rise. District Attorney’s offices -are struggling to balance the line between criminal and negligent behavior. Just recently in 2018, a skier at Copper Mountain Resort in Colorado was participating in a pond skimming event when he decided to try to jump over the crowd, landing on numerous people and causing injuries to others. The Summit County District Attorney’s Office decided to press charges. If a person is injured by another who is found guilty of a crime in criminal court, restitution can be sought through the criminal case, in addition to civil remedies. In any event, whether or not criminal charges ensue, a person responsible for the injuries of another while skiing is legally responsible to make the injured person whole. The attorneys at Fahrenholtz & Wiens, LLC have successfully helped people injured while skiing.

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Any potential Personal Injury case requires a detailed understanding of the facts, the processes, and the law. If an injury has impacted your life, you will want to consult with an experienced Personal Injury attorney to see if you should pursue a lawsuit. Not sure if you have a case? Contact Fahrenholtz & Wiens, LLC to schedule your free consultation.

Martindale Hubbell

Colorado Bar Association

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