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Emotional Pain and Suffering Damages – What Can Be Recovered?

Posted on April 4, 2022 in
In Colorado, a person who’s been injured in an accident can seek financial compensation, or damages, for emotional pain and suffering. This does not refer to the physical injuries or financial hardship suffered by the victim, but the emotional, mental or psychological effects of the accident and injury. Without hard evidence, calculating the value...
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Can I Be Partially Responsible for Damages in Colorado?

Posted on February 21, 2022 in
Accidents are often chaotic and confusing, with a lot happening at once. Fault for an accident is not always clear – and, after an investigation, liability does not always go to one party alone. Multiple parties may share financial responsibility for an accident. In some cases, the injured victim is found to be at...
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Are Delayed Symptoms Common After a Personal Injury?

Posted on February 21, 2022 in
Many accidents cause injuries that are immediately noticeable. After a car accident, for example, you may notice pain, swelling or bleeding from an injury right away. If you feel normal after an accident, however, this does not necessarily mean that you have not been injured. Some injuries have delayed or hidden symptoms that arise...
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How Are Non-Economic Damages Determined in Colorado?

Posted on February 21, 2022 in
In personal injury law, there are two main types of damages, or financial compensation, available to an injured victim: economic and non-economic. The courts recognize that the average accident does not only cause financial problems for a victim but also personal and emotional distress. For this reason, it is possible for a claimant to...
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How to Compose a Demand Letter for a Personal Injury Case in Colorado

Posted on February 21, 2022 in
In Colorado, if someone else injures you, you may be eligible for financial compensation from that party’s insurance company to pay for your medical bills and other losses. To recover this compensation, you can submit a document known as a demand letter to the defendant’s insurance provider. It is important to ensure that your...
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