Navigating Insurance Disputes After a Car Accident

If you were in a car accident due to someone else’s negligence, you deserve compensation for your provable losses. You have legal rights as the victim of a car accident.  However, insurance companies are for-profit businesses focused on saving themselves money. Insurance adjusters will likely deny your insurance claim, shift blame for the accident,…

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What to Do If You Have Back Pain from a Car Accident

If you have back pain from a car accident, you may be unsure where to turn for advice. Car accident victims whose injuries are caused by someone else’s negligence may qualify to file a personal injury claim. A personal injury claim can cover medical bills, pain and suffering, property damage, and more. However, there…

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Does Your Car Insurance Go Up After a Car Accident?

Whether your auto insurance costs go up after a Colorado car accident depends on who was at fault. Colorado law prohibits insurers from increasing insurance premiums following a car accident that is not the fault of the “insurance applicant, insured, household member, or permissive user.”  An insurer may not remove any discounts from a…

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Colorado Car Seat Laws

Colorado takes child safety seriously. Whether you are expecting a baby or are the parent of a minor child, you must follow the state’s Child Passenger Safety Law. These are outlined in the article below and Colorado Child Passenger Safety Law.  Child car seats and safety restraints are preventative measures meant to secure your…

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When Do Insurance Companies Use Surveillance?

Insurance companies use surveillance as an evidence-gathering tool in personal injury claims. While surveillance may occur at any time during the claims process, it is most likely to occur: Before a physical examination by the insurance company’s doctor; Prior to a deposition; and Before a jury trial. Surveillance is generally conducted by a private…

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How Long Does Arbitration Take in Colorado?

Before answering the question of how long arbitration takes in Colorado, it’s important to answer some basic questions first. What is Arbitration in a Personal Injury Claim? Arbitration is an informal method of resolving a personal injury claim in Denver. During arbitration, a neutral third party hears both sides of an injury claim, reviews…

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