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Assumption of Risk in Colorado

Assumption of Risk in Colorado

Legal Defense Factors into Some Personal Injury Cases Just because an injured person claims negligence on the part of another party, this does not necessarily mean that the claim will be successful. There are a number of strategies that a defendant can use to sidestep...

Colorado Premises Liability for Deck Accidents

Colorado Premises Liability for Deck Accidents

Avoid Serious Injuries by Conducting Frequent Inspections When a third-story balcony collapsed in Greeley, Colorado in July 2015, injuring a three-year-old child and two other people, it was the third deck collapse in the United States in little over a month. Public...

What Is Mitigation?

What Is Mitigation?

How Efforts to Mitigate Your Damages Can Help You Recover Damages in a Personal Injury Claim According to the legal doctrine of mitigation, every person who suffers a personal injury has a duty to act to avoid additional damage and reduce the effects of the injury. An...

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...

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...

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