We all know that living in Colorado brings with it all kinds of weather—from sunny days and blue skies to snow and ice. Unfortunately, the months of winter weather make for dangerous driving conditions.
Even though vehicles travel slower in parking lots, accidents can still happen. Drivers are more likely to be distracted despite the slower speeds. Sixty-six percent of drivers claim they felt comfortable making a phone call while driving through a parking lot, and factors like this can result in more accidents.
According to statistics from the Colorado Department of Transportation (CODOT), Colorado averages 120,000-plus car crashes a year, resulting in about 15,000 injuries and 600 fatalities. Through August, 393 persons have already perished in vehicular accidents in 2021.
According to statistics from the Colorado Department of Transportation, there were 121,648 total traffic crashes reported statewide in 2019. By filing personal injury claims, victims of auto accidents can pursue compensation for their injuries and damage. There is, however, a lot of misinformation and false assumptions regarding auto accident claims in Colorado.
After you report an auto accident to your insurance company, the next time your phone rings, it may well be a representative of the company known as a claims adjuster. A claims adjuster is a highly trained professional employed by the insurance company to protect its bottom line. In other words, it is their task to get you to say ...
If you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence, the first thing you want to know is whether that person has insurance to cover the damages you’ve suffered. If there is an insurance policy you can file a claim against, you may be relieved — however, that is merely the beginning of what could be a long fight for ...
When an individual files an injury claim, all insurers are required to investigate, negotiate, and settle the claims in good faith. Unfortunately, some of these insurance providers use bad faith tactics such as lowballing, denying valid claims, misrepresenting the law, or offering significantly low first settlement offers.
Being involved in an accident can be a painful and overwhelming experience. If you were injured in an auto accident caused by someone else's carelessness, you are within your rights to recover damages or pursue compensation for your injuries.
Every year, more semi-tractor trailers and large commercial trucks crowd Colorado’s roadways, increasing the risk of accidents. Due to the size and weight of commercial trucks, collisions with cars, pickup trucks, motorcycles or pedestrians cause serious injuries or have catastrophic consequences.