Toyota, who has issued massive recalls in recent weeks for several models whose gas pedals get stuck and cause the vehicle to lose control, has issued a new round of recalls for their popular Prius and Tacoma models. The gas-electric hybrid Prius car is a very popular model due to its high fuel mileage. But last week, the automaker issued a recall of 437,000 Prius hybrids and the luxurious Continue Reading
Auto Accidents & Personal Injury
Automobile accidents are by far the most common type of claim in personal injury law. Someone is involved in a car crash every minute of every day. Many of these accidents result in devastating injuries, damages and even death.
As your Colorado car accident attorneys, we work to help determine your full amount of damages and prove liability by the other party.
Read our latest series of personal injury blog posts focusing on various car accident cases, safety tips and more.
Car accident cases are generally straight forward when they involve two individuals. The victim, or plaintiff, has the right to sue the individual responsible for causing their injuries and damages. But what about a car accident where an employee of Colorado state or local government is at fault? Cases like these are governed by the Colorado Governmental Immunity Act (CGIA), which grants Continue Reading
As a result of the fallout of Toyota’s recall of 3.8 million vehicles this past September, many Toyota owners or their surviving family members are filing individual and class action personal injury lawsuits. Owners maintain the gas pedals on their cars get stuck, causing the vehicle to accelerate out of control. The story got national attention last August when an off-duty police officer in Continue Reading
Drivers in Colorado and across the U.S. have to purchase and maintain a minimum amount of automobile insurance coverage. Sometimes though, a driver is uninsured (UM) or underinsured (UIM), which is where a person’s uninsured/underinsured motorists coverage kicks in. But loopholes existed prior to the beginning of 2008 that prevented Colorado drivers from receiving the full amount of coverage Continue Reading
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