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Next Steps After an Accident

No one expects traffic accidents and resulting injuries to happen to them — until they do. According to National Safety Council estimates, there were 13.2 million documented traffic accidents in the United States in 2021, resulting in 3.7 million medically consulted injuries.

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Statute of Limitations on Colorado Personal Injury Claims

Personal injury claims arise from such incidents as car accidents, slip or trip and falls, dog bites, bike and pedestrian accidents, medical malpractice, and injuries caused by defective products.

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The Dos and Don’ts of Pursuing Medical Malpractice Claims

Medical malpractice claims are among the most difficult cases for plaintiffs to prove. In Colorado, more than $33.7 million was paid out in claims in 2022. Although this sounds like a substantial sum of money, more defendants prevail at trial than plaintiffs who file cases against them.

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Three Common Causes for Medical Malpractice Claims

When you receive treatment from medical professionals, you put your full faith in them. You believe that once you have undergone a procedure or treatment, you will be better than you were before. However, sometimes, someone is negligent in their care. They do or don’t do certain things that would ensure your safety. In those cases, you must turn to the law for help.

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Filing a Third-Party Claim After a Work Injury

After suffering an injury in the workplace, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits from your employer. But, did you know that if another party caused or contributed to your injury, you may be able to file a third-party claim and receive additional compensation for your losses?

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How Might Pre-Existing Medical Conditions Affect My Personal Injury Claim?

It is fair that pre-existing medical conditions are taken into consideration in personal injury claims, but they should not close the door on compensation for new injuries.

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Who Is At Fault When I Slip and Fall on the Ice?

Slipping and falling can happen to anyone, especially in the winter months when ice becomes a dominant safety hazard. Injuries from stumbling on icy pavement can range from minor bruises to severe fractures. According to the National Floor Safety Institute, falls account for 87% of all fractures among individuals ages 65 and older, and they’re the second leading cause of spinal cord injuries and brain injury symptoms.

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Dos & Don’ts After an Injury

If you were injured in an accident because of someone else’s negligence, you might be considering filing a personal injury claim.

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Understanding Insurance Bad Faith Tactics

After a car accident caused by someone else, the best-case scenario is that the at-fault driver’s insurance company would compensate you fairly for the injuries and damages you sustained. Moreover, you hope you don’t have to spend months or even years fighting the insurance company to get the settlement you justly deserve.

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Don’t Take the First Offer an Insurance Company Gives You

In 2021, Colorado experienced the highest number of car crash fatalities in two decades, with 691 persons losing their lives on the road. The number of deaths, of course, is just the reality of the dangers of operating a vehicle. Car crashes can happen at any moment.

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