Colorado Dog Bite Resources

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How Does Bankruptcy Affect Your Colorado Personal Injury Case?

How Does Bankruptcy Affect Your Colorado Personal Injury Case?

It depends on the kind of bankruptcy being filed. Bankruptcy is likely to affect a Colorado personal injury claim. But exactly how it will affect the claim depends on who is filing for bankruptcy and under which federal chapter relief is being sought. There are two...

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...

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...

A Personal Injury Lawyer’s Responsibilities to Clients

A Personal Injury Lawyer’s Responsibilities to Clients

6 Important Things You Have a Right to Expect When Filing a Colorado Lawsuit The attorney-client relationship is just that -- a relationship between two parties, complete with rights and responsibilities for each. These are some of the things a client should expect...

Are Dog-Bite Injuries Common in Colorado?

Are Dog-Bite Injuries Common in Colorado?

Colorado is one of the states with strict dog-bite liability laws. Dogs are naturally inclined to bite when they are scared, startled, or need to defend themselves or protect something valuable to them. Although guard dogs and herding breeds can be the worst...

Strict Liability in Colorado

Strict Liability in Colorado

Liability for Injury Without Proof of Fault Most personal injury lawsuits focus on some sort of negligent behavior on the part of one party that makes them liable (at fault) for another person’s subsequent injury. But there are times a party can be considered liable...

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