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  • 4 Parties That May Be Liable for a Truck Accident
    4 Parties That May Be Liable for a Truck Accident

    Compared to car accidents involving non-commercial vehicles, commercial truck accidents are more complex and devastating. Not only does a collision often result in serious injuries and/or property ...

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  • What Happens If a Victim Shares Fault in a Car Accident in CO?
    What Happens If a Victim Shares Fault in a Car Accident in CO?

    When it comes to car accidents, Colorado is a fault-based state . This means if a negligent driver causes a crash, then the victim can file an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit directly ...

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  • Wrongful Death Laws in Colorado
    Wrongful Death Laws in Colorado

    Losing a loved one in a tragic accident caused by negligence is devastating and emotionally overwhelming. Not only must you and your family grieve over their death, but you may also have to pay for ...

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  • Liability When Your Child is Injured at School
    Liability When Your Child is Injured at School

    A large percentage of adult injuries occur at work because workers spend so much time at work during the week. Well, the same goes for children. Considering how much time children spend in school, ...

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  • Taking Notes After an Injury Accident
    Taking Notes After an Injury Accident

    If you’ve been injured in an accident that looks like it’s going to turn into a personal injury claim, it’s important that you be very detailed in your record-keeping. Everything may be extremely ...

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  • Are Parents Liable for Their Children’s Mistakes in Colorado?
    Are Parents Liable for Their Children’s Mistakes in Colorado?

    When you were a child and you entered a drug store or gift shop, you can probably recall your mother, grandmother, or a shop clerk saying that if “you break it, you have to pay for it.” Of course, ...

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