Monthly Archives: March 2017

Sexual Assault on College Campuses

Sexual assault is any variety of sexual contact or conduct that happens which lacks explicit consent by the receiver. Examples include forced intercourse, child molestation, incest, groping, and attempted rape. Someone who submits based on fear is not consenting. These acts of power or control usually are committed by perpetrators that the victim knows. Sexual activity that lacks consent is assault; those heavily intoxicated are at higher risk of being assaulted. University of Colorado’s Large Study A study named The
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Colorado Senate Bill to Revise Rule Evidence of Insurance in Civil Actions for Damages

The Colorado Legislature has a bill in progress to modify the state’s collateral-source rule. In prefacing the potential law, the Senate explained their overall outlook on auto accident liability. They acknowledge the devastating effects that are inflicted including death, severe injury, and property damage as a result of vehicle operator negligence. Another major concern is the increasingly heavy financial burden that responsible drivers face in auto insurance premiums that are partially caused by embellished and inflated billed amounts for medical
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