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Torbet Tuft & McConkie Obtains One of Colorado’s Top Ten Verdicts in 2016

Posted on May 24th, 2017

Law Week Colorado released its annual list of top verdicts for 2016 and one of Torbet Tuft & McConkie’s cases was in the top 10 verdicts in Colorado. Judgment entered in favor of Torbet Tuft & McConkie client Chiddix Excavating, Inc. onNovember 7, 2016, in the amount of $1,655,050.13 following a $1,500,000.00 jury verdict in […]

John (Randy) Torbet and David G. McConkie Garner Awards | Torbet Tuft & McConkie

Posted on February 27th, 2015

    Congratulations to John (Randy) Torbet and David G. McConkie for receiving a perfect 5 out of 5 in client ratings in recent client satisfaction surveys. They are both the recent recipients of the Martindale-Hubbell® Client Distinction award, which is awarded only to attorneys who score a 4.0 or higher (on a scale of 1-5) […]

2014 Top Attorneys in Colorado Springs

Posted on December 19th, 2014

We are honored to announce that we have been included in the 2014 Top Attorneys in Colorado Springs list by Colorado Springs Style. We are included in the Bankruptcy & General Practice sections. With over 1,100 practicing attorneys in Colorado Springs, it can be tough sifting through them all when you need solid representation or legal guidance. […]

5 Alternatives to Filing Bankruptcy

Posted on December 12th, 2014

When you’re facing a financial meltdown, sometimes filing bankruptcy appears to be the only way out. However, there are many ways to save your finances without sacrificing your credit or possessions. These are five alternatives to filing bankruptcy that you can try today! Realistically look at your debt Often times, many people are so anxious […]

5 Ways to Avoid Bankruptcy

Posted on November 28th, 2014

The decision to file bankruptcy is a difficult one and may have long term effects on a person’s ability to obtain credit in the future. Therefore, one should consider other alternatives to bankruptcy prior to filing. In fact, the bankruptcy code requires all consumer debtors to engage in pre-bankruptcy counseling before filing a petition. Considering […]

How to Get a Traffic Ticket off Your Record

Posted on November 24th, 2014

Traffic tickets can be the result of any of a number of causes, from simply being young and reckless to being intoxicated. These tickets are expensive, both in terms of fines as well as by making your insurance premiums higher. If you get enough points on your record, you may even get your driver’s license […]

Three Steps to Effectively Handle Workers Compensation

Posted on November 19th, 2014

The purpose of workers compensation is to cover medical care, including rehabilitation from injuries, replacement of lost wages, and specialized treatments that are needed as the result of an injury that was received in connection with work. In order to get these benefits, the worker must file their complaint in a way that complies with […]

Best Ways to Handle a Personal Injury Case

Posted on October 31st, 2014

No one thinks they are going to be in an accident, especially one where they are injured. Yet, no matter how careful we are, sometimes accidents occur and can have a huge impact, both physically and financially, on you in the long run. If you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence, a personal injury […]

Getting a Denied Insurance Claim Paid

Posted on October 15th, 2014

Insurance companies are supposed to be in business to protect people. Examples of insurance companies are health insurance companies, auto insurance companies, and workers’ compensation insurance companies. All three of the aforementioned insurance companies are supposed to pay a policyholder when that person files a claim. Unfortunately, many of these companies come up with excuses […]

Questions and Answers about Chapter 13 cases

Posted on July 18th, 2014

What is a chapter 13 bankruptcy case and how does it work? A chapter 13 bankruptcy case is a proceeding under federal law in which the debtor seeks relief under chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Chapter 13 is the chapter of the Bankruptcy Code which allows a person to repay all or a portion […]