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Can I Still Get Medical Treatment After a Car Accident if I Don’t Have Insurance?

Posted on December 1, 2022 in
One of the most important things that anyone can do after an accident occurs is seek medical care. However, individuals may be hesitant to seek medical care if they do not have auto insurance or traditional healthcare insurance. Here, we want to discuss medical treatment options after an accident when you do not have...
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Is Colorado a No-Fault State?

Posted on December 1, 2022 in
There are around a dozen states around the US that operate under a no-fault system when it comes to auto insurance. However, Colorado is not a no-fault state. Colorado handles vehicle accidents using a fault-based system, just like most other states around the country. Here, we want to describe what this actually means when...
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What To Do After Being Injured in Slip and Fall in an Apartment Complex

Posted on November 15, 2022 in
Slip and fall injuries can occur anywhere - in a private residence, at businesses, on government property, on a sidewalk, and elsewhere. These injuries can also occur at an apartment complex. When individuals sustain slip and fall injuries, they may be able to recover compensation if the actions of the property owner are deemed...
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What is a Functional Capacity Evaluation in a Car Accident Case?

Posted on November 15, 2022 in
When individuals sustain an injury caused by another party, it is likely that they will pursue compensation through an insurance settlement or through a civil personal injury lawsuit. In some cases, it may be necessary to perform various tests and evaluations to determine how an injury has affected an individual’s ability to carry out...
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What is Medical Payments Coverage?

Posted on November 15, 2022 in
Medical payments coverage, also known as “Med-Pay,” is designed to provide compensation for various medical expenses that drivers and their passengers incur after being involved in a car accident in Colorado. This compensation will pay coverage regardless of who caused the accident. This type of coverage is optional for Colorado drivers, though experts strongly...
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What Are Special Damages in Your Personal Injury Claim?

Posted on November 15, 2022 in
If you or a loved one sustain an injury caused by the negligent actions of another individual or entity, you would likely be able to recover compensation for your losses. However, personal injury claims typically contain various types of damages that a person can recover, namely “special damages” and “general damages.” Here, we want...
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Injured by Exploding Vape Pen: What To Do

Posted on November 15, 2022 in
As if the health hazards of cigarettes and vaping devices were not enough, individuals also have to worry about a vape pen exploding and causing injuries. A quick Google search of exploding vape pens will bring up countless images and videos of these incidents occurring. According to WebMD, 15 teenagers were injured as a...
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How Do I Know if I Have a Slip and Fall Accident Case?

Posted on November 15, 2022 in
If you have sustained a slip and fall injury in Colorado, you may wonder whether or not you will be able to file a claim against a property owner to recover compensation. Slip and fall cases, like any personal injury claim, can be complicated. It is important to understand whether or not there are...
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How to Get a Police Report After an Accident in Denver

Posted on October 18, 2022 in
Anytime a person is involved in a vehicle accident that results in property damage or an injury, they will need to file an insurance claim to recover compensation. It is crucial to have police reports related to the incident in order for the claim to be successful. Here, we want to discuss how you...
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Colorado Dram Shop Laws

Posted on August 31, 2022 in
When an intoxicated individual causes injuries to others, the victims will typically be able to recover compensation from the impaired person for their medical bills and other losses. However, there may also be other parties that could be held liable, including the establishments or individuals who sold or provided alcohol to the intoxicated individual....
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