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Rules of the Road for Colorado Bicyclists

September 19, 2022
Riding a bicycle on or around the roadway can be a great way to get from point A to point B, but bicyclists are also more vulnerable than other roadway users. It is imperative for bicyclists to follow the rules on the road as set forth by Colorado law. Here, our Denver bike accident...
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What is the Assumption of Risk?

September 16, 2022
There are times when individuals sustain injuries caused by the negligence of others, but there are also scenarios where injury victims actually “assumed the risk” of undertaking a certain activity, which means they will likely be barred from recovering compensation for their injuries. Assumption of risk occurs when a person voluntarily exposes themselves to...
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What is Breach of Contract?

September 12, 2022
A breach of contract occurs anytime individuals enter into an agreement and then at least one party fails to fulfill their part of the contract terms without a legal excuse as to why they did so. When all parties reach an agreement, each one is required to fulfill their obligations, making the contract legally...
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What Are Defenses to Personal Injury Claims?

August 31, 2022
If you are considering filing a personal injury claim against a negligent party, you should only do so if you believe you have a real chance of winning. Defendants often have capable lawyers who understand how to fight claims against their clients, so you will need to understand what defenses they could use to...
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What is Admissible Evidence?

August 30, 2022
All court cases involve parties showcasing evidence to prove their side. To ensure that trials are fair, only certain kinds of evidence are considered “admissible.” In general, admissible evidence is anything that is relevant to the case, material, and competent. Therefore, if you have evidence of your claim that does not fall into all...
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