Colorado Truck Accident Resources

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Claiming Lost Wages in a Colorado Personal Injury Case

Claiming Lost Wages in a Colorado Personal Injury Case

Recovering Compensation for Income Lost Due to an Injury When negligent behavior causes someone to be injured in an accident in Colorado, the injured person may be entitled to recover compensation for various losses, including property damage, medical expenses, pain...

Four Vital Reasons to Hire a Colorado Truck Accident Lawyer

Four Vital Reasons to Hire a Colorado Truck Accident Lawyer

Legal Representation is Vital to Receiving Fair Compensation for Your Injuries If you have just been seriously injured in a Colorado accident involving a commercial truck, hiring an attorney may be more affordable than you think. And failing to hire one might cost you...

Making Trucks Safer

Making Trucks Safer

Features That Can Save Lives and Reduce Big Rig Accidents In April 2019, a commercial truck lost control and collided with more than two dozen stopped vehicles on I-70 west of Denver, killing four people. This tragic accident was another reminder of the rise in fatal...

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...

2020 Trucking Laws Impact the Industry

2020 Trucking Laws Impact the Industry

Federal Rules Aim to Reduce Accidents, Fatalities Approximately 500,000 truck accidents occur every year in the U.S., and one in eight of those accidents involves at least one fatality. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation's Fatality Analysis Reporting...

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...

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