Colorado Wrongful Death Resources

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Intentional Torts: Harm That Was No Accident

Intentional Torts: Harm That Was No Accident

Not All Colorado Personal Injury Cases Arise From Negligence Personal injury cases typically involve torts, wrongful acts that cause harm or injury to another individual. While most personal injury cases in Colorado are based on the theory of negligence – the failure...

Are Colorado Personal Injury Settlements Considered Taxable Income?

Are Colorado Personal Injury Settlements Considered Taxable Income?

The Answer: It Depends Your Colorado personal injury case just settled for more than you imagined, even after paying your attorney, your medical bills, and the other costs associated with your case. But before you start spending your newfound windfall, you’ll need to...

What Damages Are Available in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

What Damages Are Available in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

Colorado's Wrongful Death Act Has Limitations A wrongful death claim attempts to establish the liability of one person or entity for the death of another. A wrongful death lawsuit could be thought of as a personal injury case in which the injured person is no longer...

Being a Team Player

Being a Team Player

The Importance of a Strong Attorney-Client Relationship in a Colorado Personal Injury Case Hiring a Colorado personal injury lawyer to represent you in your car accident case is an important first step. But if you aren't able to work successfully with your attorney,...

What Is Reasonable Care?

What Is Reasonable Care?

Failing to look out for the safety of others is a major factor in a Colorado personal injury case. When a driver fails to consider the safety of other motorists on the roadway and causes an auto accident, they are said to have fallen below the required level of...

Colorado Wrongful Death: It’s About Compensating the Survivors

Colorado Wrongful Death: It’s About Compensating the Survivors

A wrongful death is an unnecessary death caused by the negligence of another person, such as a drunk driver, a medical professional, or the manufacturer of an unsafe product. Wrongful Death in Colorado The purpose of Colorado wrongful death law is to protect the...

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