So far, spring has been relatively mellow in the Denver metro area. We’ve had a few storms, some big, but nothing like some of the major storms of Denver’s past. However, with the hail season just beginning, there is still plenty more damage that could be done.
According to the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI), more than 86% of Americans decorate their homes for the Holidays each year, many with electric decorations that provide warmth and light during the long nights of December.
When you or your child sustain an injury on the slopes, it can be difficult to know where to turn for help. Things can become even more complicated when an accident was caused by another skier and not conditions under the control of the resort.
Prior to May 8th, 2017, Denver’s most expensive hail storm happened on July 11th, 1990. Costing the city $625 million when it occurred, the total damage done by the storm is equal to $1.1 billion today. Monday’s storm may not have been that extreme, but it may yet rank among the costliest storms in Colorado history.