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Denver Airbnb Laws

September 22, 2021
Airbnb is a website that allows travelers to book stays in properties owned and rented by private individuals. It is a lightly regulated home-sharing service that makes it easy to rent a place for days or months at a time. Unfortunately, Airbnb is not always the safest way to stay. Since its inception, Airbnb...
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Colorado Windshield Law

August 23, 2021
Driving with a cracked or obstructed windshield is not only annoying for a driver; it is against the law in Colorado. As the owner or operator of a motor vehicle in Colorado, it is your responsibility to make sure that your car is roadworthy. It must comply with all state vehicle operation and maintenance...
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Colorado Subrogation Law

April 29, 2021
If you get into an accident in Colorado, the amount you can recover in financial compensation for your medical bills and other losses depends almost entirely on how much insurance coverage is available. You may be able to seek financial benefits from your insurance company or someone else’s insurance provider. An important part of...
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Colorado Curfew Law

April 27, 2021
As a resident of Colorado, it is your duty to obey all state laws. You must also stay up-to-date on city laws and mandates. This includes Colorado's curfew laws, as well as any short-term curfews enacted by the mayor of your city. Breaking a curfew could affect a personal injury claim, such as a...
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Colorado Move-Over Law

March 26, 2021
Every state in the US has some version of a move-over law. These laws are in place to help keep roadside assistance workers, including police officers and first responders, safe while they render aid to others. If a driver in Colorado fails to obey the state’s move-over law, he or she could face a...
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