Colorado Personal Injury Resources

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Why You Should Never Say “Sorry” After an Auto Accident

Why You Should Never Say “Sorry” After an Auto Accident

An Apology Can Be Interpreted As an Admission of Guilt The 1970 movie Love Story is remembered for the iconic line, "Love means never having to say you're sorry." While this phrase might not be relevant in every circumstance, apologies are especially out of place when...

What Are Incapacitating Injuries?

What Are Incapacitating Injuries?

Some Damages Caused by Auto Accidents Will Never Heal Every day, millions of people in the United States operate motor vehicles, and some of them become victims of accidents. Often, these auto accidents cause only minor injuries or property damage. But others cause...

Can I File a Claim for Soft Tissue Injuries in Colorado?

Can I File a Claim for Soft Tissue Injuries in Colorado?

Although Challenging to Prove, Such Injuries Are Often Debilitating The human body is very complex. It is made up of skin, bones, organs, and soft tissues -- i.e., muscle, connective tissue, tendons, and ligaments. When soft tissue is damaged during a car accident,...

What Should You Do Following a Slip-and-Fall Accident?

What Should You Do Following a Slip-and-Fall Accident?

The Older You Get, the More Likely You’ll Need to Act on This Information Most people will experience a slip-and-fall accident at some time in their lives, and often it will be someone else’s fault. According to the National Floor Safety Institute: Most slip-and-fall...

Pre-Existing Medical Conditions and Your Colorado Auto Accident

Pre-Existing Medical Conditions and Your Colorado Auto Accident

How They May Affect Your Personal Injury Claim Many people who are injured in an automobile accident have pre-existing medical conditions--that is, injuries and illnesses that were present before the crash. Some people assume that because of these pre-existing...

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...

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