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Posted by on November 30, 2022

Legal Claims Vs. Lawsuits 

If you suffer a serious injury in a preventable accident in Colorado, the law may entitle you to financial compensation. When you picture filing an injury case, you may imagine a court trial. However, the vast majority of personal injury cases in Denver are legal claims that are settled with insurance companies. Both types...
Posted by on September 26, 2022

Where Do Most Car Accidents Happen in Colorado?   

Motor vehicle collisions are a top cause of serious bodily injuries and unintentional injury deaths in Colorado and throughout the country. Due to risks such as driver inattention, distraction and negligence, the odds of eventually getting into a car accident are relatively high in Denver. You may be able to protect yourself from a...
Posted by on September 20, 2022

Can Pre-Existing Medical Conditions Affect My Personal Injury Claim?  

Many people have experienced at least one previous injury or medical diagnosis by the time they get involved in an accident. Unfortunately, this may impact a victim’s ability to collect financial compensation through a personal injury claim. Insurance companies often try to use pre-existing conditions against claimants to deny or diminish coverage. Here's how...
Posted by on July 26, 2022

Colorado Dog Bite Laws

Every year, hundreds of dog bite injuries get reported throughout the State of Colorado. The City of Aurora alone reported 433 dog attacks in 2019. After a dog attack that inflicts serious injuries or property damage, the victim can bring a claim or lawsuit against the pet owner under Colorado’s dog bite laws. If...
Posted by on June 5, 2022

What Is the Difference Between Primary and Secondary Brain Injuries?

A brain injury is one of the most serious types of injuries that a person can suffer in an accident in Colorado. While some victims die immediately due to the extent of a traumatic brain injury, most deaths take place over a period of time, such as hours or days. The explanation for this...