The Colorado Accident Law Blog

Auto accident and personal injury news, trends,
and resources for Colorado drivers.

Who Pays My Medical Bills After an Accident?

It’s bad enough that you were in an accident. But you also suffered injuries, and now you find out that even though you didn’t cause the accident, you have to pay for your own medical bills -- how fair is that? Maybe not fair, but unfortunately, it’s usually a...

Proving a Distracted Driving Case

When you get behind the wheel, you’ve got to do more than just show up -- you’ve got to pay attention. Brain studies have shown that humans cannot focus on two things at the same time, and trying to perform an additional task while driving -- such as texting or...

Semi-Trailer Accidents: The Truck Driver Isn’t Usually to Blame

When it comes to semi-trailer truck/passenger vehicle accidents, the common assumption is that the truck driver was at fault due to fatigue, impairment or inexperience. But a number of studies have revealed that this is not necessarily the case, and truckers are often...

How Does Alcohol Change the Scope of an Auto Accident Case?

Most people who want to get a driver’s license in the U.S. can get one, provided they are old enough to drive; can pass tests for knowledge, driving, and vision; are able to verify their citizenship, Social Security number and where they live; and have the money to...

What Does Liability Mean in a Personal Injury Case?

What Does Liability Mean in a Personal Injury Case?

When you hear the word liability, what do you think of? Many would say a debt or financial obligation, something that they are expected to pay. In financial accounting, a liability is an obligation arising from past transactions that lower someone’s assets, hence the...

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