10 Winter Safety Tips for Drivers: How to Prep Yourself & Your Vehicle for Safe Winter Driving

November 30, 2015

As millions of Americans prepare for the holiday season and the end of 2015, it’s also time for motorists to gear up for the changing weather. That’s because the icy and freezing conditions of winter can affect how vehicles function and how they interact with the roads. It’s also because…
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What is Colorado’s Modified Comparative Fault Rule for Auto Crashes?

November 25, 2015

The modified comparative fault rule in Colorado comes into play when the victims of traffic crashes may have been partly at fault for the collision. Essentially, this rule stipulates that traffic accident victims may be able to collect damages for their crash-related injuries and losses so long as they were…
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4 Factors that Can Increase the Risk of Sustaining Whiplash in an Auto Crash

November 20, 2015

Whiplash is one of the most common injuries that result from auto wrecks. In fact, while whiplash injuries can be sustained in very low-speed collisions (like when vehicles are only traveling at 5 to 10 mph), they can also occur even if the crash impact causes no damage to the…
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How Can I Determine Fault for a Car Accident?

November 15, 2015

Fault for auto collisions can come in various forms, with some being far more subtle than others. While a lawyer can review the facts of a case and help pinpoint liability, generally, the following factors can also shed some light on who or what parties may be at fault for…
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Should I Give an Insurer a Written Statement after an Auto Crash?

November 10, 2015

Not if you are not prepared to because these statements can be used against you later to try to devalue or deny your auto accident claim. In fact, when it comes to providing written statements or recorded verbal statements following a traffic collision, here is what you need to know:…
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Will My Divorce Case Be Part of Public Record?

November 5, 2015

Whether your divorce case will become part of public record will depend on the details of your situation, as well as how your case ends up being resolved. When Divorce Is Part of Public Record In general, cases that proceed through the court system will become part of public record,…
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