Car accident lawsuits in Colorado and across the U.S. hinge upon proving fault or negligence. Negligence can be defined as when a person behaves in a thoughtless and careless manner. Proving someone was negligent provides the basis to obtain compensation for damages and injuries resulting from a car accident. Colorado drivers must use extreme care when operating their vehicle on the road to 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.
Colorado laws, like most other states, require drivers have a minimal amount of insurance in the event of an accident. But many drivers on the road either do not have any insurance or are underinsured, meaning their insurance would not be able pay to make you “whole” if you happen to be in a collision that was their fault. Uninsured motorist coverage (an add-on you purchase for your policy) Continue Reading
New laws passed by the Colorado Legislature and signed by Gov. Ritter concerning cell phone use and text messaging while driving take effect next Tuesday, December 1st. House Bill 1094 outlines several new restrictions on cell phone use and text messaging. Colorado’s new cell phone and text messaging rules are part of a nationwide trend toward reforming said laws. Several proposals at the Continue Reading
Toyota is a popular brand for drivers in Colorado and across the U.S. Their durability withstands Colorado winters and mountain roads very well, making their vehicles an ideal choice for both city and country dwellers. But potential floor mat interference with the accelerator pedal prompted Toyota to issue its largest recall ever last week – over 3.8 million Toyota and Lexus models are Continue Reading
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