When a person is injured because of someone else’s negligence, he or she may be eligible to receive compensation for resulting injuries by filing a lawsuit in court. This allows many injured parties to recover compensation for economic damages, such as medical expenses and lost wages. Some injured parties are also able to collect what… Continue
An insurance company’s failure to deal fairly and honestly with policyholders and injured third parties can have serious consequences for those who are attempting to pay for medical bills and property damage. Recognizing the important role of insurers, the Colorado Legislature passed a series of laws aimed at regulating how insurance companies handle claims. One… Continue
Insurance companies have a contractual duty to deal honestly and fairly with their clients. While many insurers take great pains to address the concerns of policyholders and abide by the terms of their contracts, others are not so scrupulous. In these cases, the insured may be able to file a bad faith claim against the… Continue
If you are injured because of the acts of another person and plan to sue, the first thing you need to consider is whether it is financially reasonable to do so.
One of the most common questions in any personal injury lawsuit is: “How long will this take!?” The simple, yet deeply unsatisfying, answer is: It depends.
When you have been injured by another person’s negligence or recklessness–like in a car accident–a personal injury attorney will serve as your most important tool when negotiating a settlement and fighting to obtain compensation. After you suffer an injury, there are many decisions that need to be made quickly in order to ensure that your… Continue
In general, you are under no obligation to provide a recorded statement or cooperate with the insurance company of the driver who is at fault. It is important to keep in mind that insurance company adjusters are trained to ask questions that could benefit them and could be to your detriment. It is almost always… Continue
I was in an automobile accident and I have medical payments coverage but my own insurance company won’t pay my bills, what do I do?
In Colorado, if you’re in an automobile accident and have medical payment coverage, then your own automobile insurance company is required to pay all of the medical bills that you incur from the accident that are reasonable and necessary, up to the limits of your medical payment insurance coverage. Often times automobile carriers deny bills… Continue
I have been bitten by a dog. How do I get my medical bills paid? Can I get compensation for my injuries.
In most cases, the owner of the dog that bit you would be responsible for your medical bills, provided you did not provoke or have a negligent role in the dog bite. If the owner of the dog is covered by a homeowners insurance policy or a renter’s policy, then there may also be medical… Continue
If you were in an automobile accident and have medical payment insurance, your own insurance company is responsible to pay for all of your medical bills that are reasonable and necessary related to that automobile accident up to the limits of your insurance coverage. Some insurance companies, like USAA, employ or contract with companies like… Continue
Disclaimer: Information provided on this site is NOT formal legal advice. It is generic legal information. Under no circumstances should the information on this site be relied upon when deciding the proper course of a legal action. Always get a formal case evaluation from a licensed attorney if you think you might have a personal injury lawsuit.