Do I Need to Visit the Doctor After a Car Crash?

After a car crash, it is recommended that anyone involved see a doctor to be assessed for injuries. In some cases, the need to be seen by a doctor may be obvious, you can be experiencing pain, or have obvious physical injuries. However, in many cases, injuries – even serious ones – may not…

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Understanding Punitive Damages in Colorado

To understand punitive damages in Colorado, you must first understand damages awards in personal injury cases. Generally, there are two categories of damages available to victims of personal injuries.  These are compensatory damages and exemplary or punitive damages. This article discusses compensatory and punitive damages, drawing distinctions between the two. If you suffered injuries…

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How Long Do You Have to Report a Vehicle Accident in Colorado?

You must report a vehicle accident in Colorado within 60 days. In Colorado, a vehicle accident occurs anytime a collision results in property damage or injury to a person. Minor accidents may not require police intervention. However, a police report is vital documentation to protect your legal rights in the event of a property…

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How is Fault Determined After a Car Accident?

Fault is a crucial factor in Colorado car accidents for both the accident victim and the responsible party, as Colorado is an at-fault state. This means accident victims may file a claim against the party responsible for the accident without first filing a claim with their own insurance company or meeting any damages threshold….

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Types of Damages Available in Colorado Personal Injury Cases

“Damages” refers to the money a personal injury victim may recover from a negligent party after reaching a settlement or winning a civil lawsuit at trial. Damage amounts are unique to personal injury cases, as no two accidents or injury claims are alike. Damages available to a personal injury victim depend on a variety…

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What Type of Evidence is Required to Prove a Wrongful Death Claim in Colorado?

A wrongful death in Colorado is a death caused by a wrongful act, neglect, or default of another. An individual or corporation may cause a wrongful death.  A wrongful death claim is a type of personal injury claim. Eligible persons bring wrongful death claims to recover the damages they sustained due to the death…

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