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Auto accident and personal injury news, trends,
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Who May Be Held Responsible for Damages?

Who May Be Held Responsible for Damages?

Here are some of the parties who might be found liable following a Colorado motorcycle accident. Motorcycle accidents in Colorado are on the rise. According to one report, 103 motorcyclists killed were in Colorado in 2018, 30 percent more than in 2012. According to...

Colorado Motorcycle Accidents on the Rise

Colorado Motorcycle Accidents on the Rise

Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents That Often Lead to Serious Injuries Although only about three percent of all vehicles on Colorado roads are motorcycles, motorcycle fatalities are nearly a fifth of all traffic fatalities. According to the Colorado Department of...

Liability for Parking Lot Accidents

Liability for Parking Lot Accidents

How Fault Is Determined When Colorado Traffic Laws Don’t Apply You’re slowly cruising through a shopping center parking lot, scanning for a place to park, when another driver comes out of nowhere and slams the passenger side of your car. Which of you is responsible?...

How Long Will It Take for My Personal Injury Case to Be Settled?

How Long Will It Take for My Personal Injury Case to Be Settled?

Colorado Case Resolution Depends on a Number of Factors You are injured. You sue for damages. “When will I receive compensation?” is probably one of your top questions. Alas, most Colorado personal injury cases take several years to wend their way to a resolution....

Safety Regulations Aimed at Preventing Commercial Truck Accidents

Safety Regulations Aimed at Preventing Commercial Truck Accidents

The Many Federal Trucking Regulations Guiding Colorado Drivers Trucking is one of the most regulated industries in the United States. The sheer size and weight of commercial trucks means that during an accident they can easily cause catastrophic injuries. Safety is a...

New Cars Are Safer (And More Expensive)

New Cars Are Safer (And More Expensive)

But New Regulations May Reduce the Cost New products often get cheaper over time. At first, having a car was a luxury. If you owned one, you were among the few who did. But in 1908, Ford developed a way to mass-produce a more affordable car. The first, the Model T,...

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