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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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Can a Personal Injury Attorney in Colorado Recover Higher Compensation?

Posted on February 21, 2022 in
If you or a loved one gets injured in an accident, you will rely upon the money you receive from an insurance settlement or jury verdict to pay for related bills. Without a fair financial recovery, it can be difficult to afford the medical treatments that you need – especially if your injury prevents...
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How to Stay Safe When Driving in the Colorado Rockies in Weather

Posted on February 21, 2022 in
Navigating the Colorado Rocky Mountains is tricky for tourists and residents alike. The Rockies reach an elevation of over 14,000 feet and see all kinds of weather, including snowstorms, ice and hail. The weather can change quickly at such a high altitude, even in the spring and summer months. As a driver in this...
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Injuries & Headphones: Are Pedestrians Required to Be Aware of Their Surroundings in Colorado?

Posted on February 21, 2022 in
Pedestrians are the most vulnerable population on the road. If a pedestrian gets hit by a motor vehicle, the injuries can be catastrophic. Many pedestrian collisions in Colorado are fatal; in 2017, 92 pedestrians lost their lives in traffic accidents. The number of pedestrian collisions in Colorado has increased significantly in recent years –...
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