The Colorado Accident Law Blog

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

Meant for Safety, Airbags Can Lead to Injury

Meant for Safety, Airbags Can Lead to Injury

Problems Sometimes Accompany Airbag Deployment During Auto Accidents Introduced in the U.S. in the mid-1970s, airbags for passenger cars are now considered one of the most important safety innovations of recent decades. Providing crucial cushioning for those involved...

First-Party Claims Vs. Third-Party Claims

First-Party Claims Vs. Third-Party Claims

Two Kinds of Insurance Claims Often Filed After a Colorado Accident When a motorist buys an automobile insurance policy, he or she becomes “the party of the first part,” meaning that any claim they submit to the company for payment is a first-party claim. The...

He Said, She Said

He Said, She Said

Who Actually Decides Fault for a Car Accident in Colorado? Although it is sometimes clear who caused an automobile accident, fault is often difficult to determine. The drivers involved may both deny liability for the accident. The methods of assigning fault vary by...

First Snowfall Creates Havoc in the Denver Area

First Snowfall Creates Havoc in the Denver Area

Prepare Your Vehicle for Driving in Colorado Winter Denver residents have been surprised by early snowfalls before, including on September 3, 1961, a day on which nearly five inches of snow fell. Weather forecasting and communication of travel conditions are a little...

My Colorado Personal Injury Case Is Still Pending

My Colorado Personal Injury Case Is Still Pending

So how can I pay my medical bills? You have filed a personal injury case to recover damages related to a Colorado car accident. But it’s taking a lot longer than you expected to reach a settlement. And the hospital is getting impatient. How can you pay mounting...

Pedestrian Accident Deaths Up 75% in Colorado

Pedestrian Accident Deaths Up 75% in Colorado

51 Deaths in 2009, 90 in 2018 Over the past decade, annual Colorado pedestrian deaths have increased by 75%, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT). Across the United States, there were 4,414 pedestrian fatalities in 2008. In 2017, there were...

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