Colorado Premises Liability & Slip-and-Fall 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...

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...

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...

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...

The Doctrine of Attractive Nuisance

The Doctrine of Attractive Nuisance

Premises Liability Laws That Protect Those Too Young to Protect Themselves Kids will be kids. Sometimes they’re careless, e.g., when venturing on another person’s property and exploring potential hazards. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and...

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