The Colorado Accident Law Blog

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

A Guide to Driving Through Hell and Back

Drivers Need Extra Caution in Fiery Summer Months High temperatures and dry weather make fire dangers high in most areas of Colorado, but especially so in the high country, the Colorado Department of Transportation says. In late June there were 13 tracked wildfires...

Can’t I Just Represent Myself in My Colorado Car Accident Claim?

You can, but here are some reasons why you shouldn't. Some people handle their own car accident claims. If your injuries were relatively minor, liability is clear, or you sustained little or no damages, you might be able to successfully represent yourself in a...

What Kinds of Damages Are Available in a Colorado Car Accident Case?

Expenses You Could Potentially Seek Compensation For When you file a personal injury lawsuit after a car accident, what you’re really doing is asking a court to order the at-fault driver to pay you damages – monetary compensation for your injuries, property damage,...

Preventing PVH in Scorching Colorado Heat

Terrible Conditions Await Children and Pets in Hot Cars So far this year, 26 children have died of heatstroke after being left in a parked vehicle. Cities all across this country are now seeing record-breaking temperatures and will be for weeks. Even Denver is...

What Are AVIS Systems and Do They Work?

Some in Colorado Question Whether Red-Light Cameras Do More Harm Than Good One of the most hotly debated topics among Colorado drivers is Automated Vehicle Identification Systems (AVIS), which include red light cameras and photo speed vans. Several months ago, two...

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