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What Is Proximate Cause?

February 28, 2023
If you need to file a personal injury claim in Colorado, you may encounter a lot of legal jargon. One phrase you might hear is “proximate cause.” This is important, as you will need to establish causation for your injuries as the plaintiff or filing party in your lawsuit. Learn more about what this...
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What is the Burden of Proof?

February 24, 2023
If you file a personal injury lawsuit in Colorado, you will have to contend with the burden of proof. This is the requirement to prove the claim that is being made. In a civil lawsuit, the burden of proof rests with the plaintiff or filing party. This means you or your Denver injury lawyer...
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Ways to Pay Medical Bills While Waiting on an Insurance Settlement

January 27, 2023
If you get injured in an accident, your medical bills will most likely start appearing before you resolve a personal injury claim and receive a settlement check. It is the nature of most personal injury cases to take longer than a hospital does to process your treatments and send you a bill. Luckily, there...
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What is the Bystander Theory in a Personal Injury Case?

January 20, 2023
In Colorado, someone who witnesses a loved one or close relative get injured or killed could recover financial compensation for the trauma suffered from the person responsible for the victim’s harm. This is known as the bystander theory of recovery. Collecting financial compensation through the bystander theory comes with certain requirements in Colorado. What...
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What Is a Release in a Settlement?

January 13, 2023
The majority of personal injury cases in Colorado end with settlements, or legally binding agreements between a plaintiff and defendant (or more often, the defendant’s insurance company) to resolve a legal dispute for a certain amount of money. When a settlement is reached, it is accompanied by a release of liability form. This document...
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