Worker’s Compensation

Keeping Sports Safe Is a Win-Win

As a doting parent, you want to teach your kids to play sports safely to ensure that they exercise and enjoy wholesome fun. But how, exactly, do you keep kids safe – or at...

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Riding Along with the 2013 Tour de Force

The Tour de Force’s dual mission is to honor the victims of 9/11 by keeping their memory alive through cycling events and to raise funds, to benefit the families of police officers, who were killed...

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Jury Selection: Asking The Difficult Questions

We all know that there are potential jurors on any venire whose past experiences or biases may prevent them from accepting our client’s claims.  Many lawyers are reluctant to explore those sorts of issues,...

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Keating, Wagner and Polidori selected to list of 2014 Best Lawyers In America®

Keating Wagner Polidori Free attorneys, William L. Keating, Robert A. Wagner and Steven R. Polidori were selected by their peers to the 2014 The Best Lawyers in America® list (Copyright 2013 by Woodward/White, Inc.,...

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When And How Should An Injured Worker Report Their Accident?

A new federal study reveals that 75 percent of employers have programs in place that discourage workers from reporting job injuries for which they should be compensated. In addition, in 2009 the federal government...

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Six Keating Wagner Polidori Free Lawyers Recognized as 2013 Colorado Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Six attorneys of Denver-based firm Keating Wagner Polidori Free have been listed as 2013 Colorado Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. Bill Keating, Steve Polidori, Larry Free and Christina Habas have been listed as 2013...

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KWPF Ranked First-Tier “Best Law Firm”

Denver-based Keating Wagner Polidori Free has again been named to the 2013 U.S. News Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” list.    The firm was recognized as a first-tier ranking on the national list in...

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Play it Safe When it Comes To Youth Concussions

More than 38 million boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 18 participate in organized youth sports. And while sports can be a fun way to socialize and instill values such as...

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Lawsuits Filed on Behalf of Aurora Theater Shooting Victims

Keating Wagner Polidori Free filed suits in federal district court against Cinemark, USA, Inc. on behalf of three victims of the Aurora theater shooting that occurred on July 20th.  The lawsuit is based upon...

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Following The 9/11 Tour De Force Bike Ride

On 9/8/12 two hundred participants, from across the U.S., Canada & Europe departed the 9/11 Memorial in Boston and cycle across New England to the Mystic Seaport, through Long Island’s wine country and into the...

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