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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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What Is Additur and Remittitur?

March 19, 2021
You may encounter many legal terms you have never seen before during a personal injury claim in Denver, Colorado. Two of these terms may be additur and remittitur. The courts in Colorado wish to make the trial process as efficient as possible. One way they may save time and resources is by passing additur...
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Should I Give a Recorded Statement to an Insurance Company?

March 12, 2021
In the aftermath of an auto accident, you may be contacted by many parties, including bill collectors and insurance companies. The professional who contacts you from an insurance company is known as the insurance claims adjuster. It is critical to understand that while the claims adjuster may come off as friendly, he or she...
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Colorado Trailer Towing Laws

March 5, 2021
When towing a trailer, it is the operator of the vehicle’s legal responsibility to ensure the safety of the equipment. Failure to do so, resulting in a car accident, could place liability with the negligent driver. Learn Colorado's trailer towing laws to transport cargo, animals or vehicles safely, as well as to recognize when...
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Colorado Wet Floor Sign Law

February 3, 2021
Holding a property owner legally responsible for your slip and fall accident generally depends on your ability to prove he or she failed to take reasonable care to prevent your accident. The presence of a wet floor sign – or lack thereof – could impact whether or not you can recover financial compensation for...
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