You usually obtain an accident report from the law enforcement agency that responded to your traffic accident. Although you can download a copy of the record request form on their website, the Denver Police Department does not offer online orders of accident reports.
When you or a loved one sustains an injury, you may have many questions about the claims process. In an effort to find out the value of your claim, you may come across a pain and suffering calculator for Colorado claiming to provide all of the answers. However, these online resources don’t usually take into Continue
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
Learn how to get your accident report from the Colorado Springs Police (CSPD) A Colorado Springs traffic accident report is an important document in any auto accident injury case. It is a report filed by a police officer that describes the facts and circumstances surrounding the accident. Because your accident report is used as evidence Continue
Despite what you may find during your research, there isn’t an average bicycle accident lawsuit in Colorado. The events leading up to every bicycle accident differ from case to case, whether it’s because of a negligent driver, poorly kept city streets, or a defect with the bike itself. Even if you took every published settlement Continue
Nobody expects to be involved in a car accident, yet collisions ranging from minor to severe can occur suddenly at nearly any time of the day or night in Colorado. When a person is involved in a crash in Colorado that results in serious injuries, it’s important to learn about options for compensation. If this Continue
If you were recently involved in a car accident without insurance, you can face significant consequences, especially if you were at fault or caused the accident. All drivers in Colorado are required to have auto insurance. If you do not have proper insurance, you should seek advice from a Colorado car accident attorney as soon as Continue
The office of McCormick & Murphy, P.C. – A Personal Injury Law Firm is pleased to announce the winner of the 2021 McCormick & Murphy P.C. Scholarship: Chloe Nguyen who will attend the University of Michigan in the Fall 2021 Semester. Speaking on her plans for school and after, Miss. Nguyen said, “I intend to Continue
Motorcycle accidents can be wholly devastating for a motorcyclist, especially when crashes occur at high speeds and when collisions involve cars and trucks. Motorcyclists tend to suffer more serious injuries in collisions than occupants of passenger vehicles do since they do not have the protection of a car and the seat restraints inside of the Continue
Colorado drivers are keenly aware of the dangers of texting, cell phone use, and other actions, but statistics about distracted driving accidents reveal that many still engage in risky conduct while behind the wheel. According to the Colorado Department of Transportation, distracted driving is linked to around 17 percent of all fatal and injury-causing collisions Continue
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