Auto Insurance Requirements in the State of Colorado Drivers in Colorado are required by law to hold liability coverage of at least $25,000 per person for bodily injury, $50,000 per accident for bodily injury, and $15,000 per accident for property damage. In the state of Colorado, drivers who are responsible for a car crash are Continue
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 Tort System mean? Although some attorneys and insurance companies refer to Colorado as a “fault” state, this term can be somewhat misleading. In essence, this term Continue
Learn how fault for auto collisions is generally determined in Colorado Some types of car crashes are clearly one driver’s fault. For instance, drivers who rear end another vehicle are almost always found to be liable for any injuries or damage suffered by the other driver. This may be true even when the car in Continue
What to do (and what to avoid doing) in the days, weeks, and months after a car crash in Colorado No matter how safe you drive your vehicle, the risk of car wrecks are always present. Statistics suggest that the average individual in the United States will be involved in at least one car wreck Continue
Wondering whether you need a car crash lawyer? Here are some situations where an attorney can be helpful. Some of the situations in which a car accident attorney is often essential include the following: The extent of injuries is uncertain. When there are serious or several types of injuries due to a car crash, an Continue
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