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 Colorado. During arbitration, a neutral third party hears both sides of an injury claim, reviews…

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Can Your Airbag Cause a Concussion?

Airbags and other modern safety features are installed in your vehicle to prevent serious injuries in the event of a crash. In most cases, your airbag will do so and help you to avoid severe accident-related injuries or even death.  In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that airbags saved more…

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When Should I Call a Personal Injury Lawyer?

You should call a personal injury lawyer after you are hurt in an accident as a result of someone else’s negligence, wrongdoing, or reckless actions. You should make your call before speaking with or making a recorded statement for the insurance company.  What Will It Cost? Most personal injury lawyers offer complimentary consultations. During…

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What is the Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Claims in Colorado?

A statute of limitations is a legal deadline for filing a lawsuit in court. The court usually dismisses lawsuits filed outside of their statutes of limitations. This leaves the victim without any means of recovering their monetary damages. Statutes of limitations vary according to state, case type, and the party being sued. A large…

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The Value of a Burn Injury Settlement

Severe burn injuries are among the most devastating personal injuries physically, mentally, emotionally, and financially. Serious burn injury victims face long and painful recoveries, and many never fully heal from their physical wounds. Burn injuries range in severity and are classified into degrees. The degree of a personal injury victim’s burns and other factors…

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