Is Colorado a No Fault State?

In 2003 Colorado changed from a “no-fault” state in order to lower car insurance premiums and help prevent claims abuses. Colorado now operates as a tort system. What does this mean for your case? Although some attorneys and insurance companies refer to Colorado as a “fault” state, this term can be somewhat misleading. In essence,… Continue

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