Colorado Bicycle Accident Resources

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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...

Improve Your Bike Safety With These Tips

Improve Your Bike Safety With These Tips

Following these Colorado regulations can help you avoid accidents and injuries while biking. Spring is on the way, and Coloradoans soon will be biking throughout the state in greater numbers. The heavy traffic in many Colorado cities can be an accident risk for...

Putting a Value on a Personal Injury Case

Putting a Value on a Personal Injury Case

The Factors Involved in Estimating the Worth of Your Colorado Claim There is no typical, minimum, or maximum amount that a Colorado personal injury case might settle for. Since every case is unique, your settlement will depend upon a number of factors. The Details and...

Mixed Results for Road to Zero

Mixed Results for Road to Zero

The effort to end auto accident fatalities by 2050 continues despite a recent rise in deaths. Four years ago, the Road to Zero (RTZ) Coalition launched with the goal of ending all traffic fatalities by 2050. So far, the safety initiative has gotten mixed results. Some...

What Colorado Negligence Claims Are Made Of

What Colorado Negligence Claims Are Made Of

Duty ● Breach ● Cause ● Damages Negligence is an important factor in any Colorado personal injury claim. Determining negligence typically involves proving four key elements: duty, breach, cause, and damages. An injured person must prove that someone had a duty to...

Are Bike Lanes Helping or Hurting Cyclists?

Are Bike Lanes Helping or Hurting Cyclists?

Despite efforts for increased safety, bicycle accident deaths are not declining. The number of bicyclists in the United States is growing, and along with this growth comes growing concern--and debate--about safety. Many cities have developed or expanded bike lanes so...

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