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Colorado Increases Caps for Noneconomic Damages

Colorado Increases Caps for Noneconomic Damages

First Hike of Statutory Limits Related to Personal Injury in Over a Decade In April 2019, Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed legislation to increase the limits for statutory damages for the first time in more than a decade. The new damage caps apply only to claims...

COVID-19 Impacting Traffic Safety

COVID-19 Impacting Traffic Safety

Potential for Truck Accidents During Increased Driving Time Over the past few months, the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has been infecting people in more and more countries, now more than 150. These include the United States, where the infection rate has been spiking...

Marijuana-Impaired Driving Is Unsafe

Marijuana-Impaired Driving Is Unsafe

Even Some Colorado Drivers Falsely Believe Otherwise Although marijuana can slow reaction times and impair judgment, many drivers believe that driving while high isn't as risky as drunken or distracted driving. Not so, according to a CBS News report. "Today's...

Seven Possible but Uncommon Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

Seven Possible but Uncommon Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

Failure to Yield a Common Factor in Collisions Although there are fewer motorcycle accidents than motor vehicle accidents, the results of a motorcycle accident can be just as devastating. Here are seven factors that may help cause a motorcycle accident -- but perhaps...

The Advent of Self-Driving Cars

The Advent of Self-Driving Cars

How Soon Will They Be on Our Streets? In 2016, a Business Insider headline confidently informed us that "10 million self-driving cars will be on the road by 2020." Elon Musk once said that self-driving cars would be here by 2018, then deferred the arrival to 2020....

Booming Sales, Increased Revenue, and More Auto Accident Deaths

Booming Sales, Increased Revenue, and More Auto Accident Deaths

Putting Colorado's Legalized Marijuana Into Context In 2014, Colorado enacted Amendment 64, which made the recreational use of marijuana legal in the state for persons 21 and older despite many unknowns about the consequences. In the years since, what have been the...

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