Monthly Archives: October 2020

The Legal Implications of Helmets in Motorcycle Accident Claims

It’s wise for anyone who operates a motorcycle or rides on one as a passenger to wear a Department of Transportation (DOT) approved helmet, regardless of age or experience level. Research proves that wearing appropriately fitted helmets greatly reduces the chances of severe and fatal head injuries in motorcycle accidents. However, Colorado state law does not require motorcyclists or passengers over 18 to wear motorcycle helmets. What happens when a motorcyclist is not wearing a helmet and experiences an accident
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What to Expect from a Car Accident Insurance Claim

After a car accident, the first step toward recovering your losses is typically to file an insurance claim. In a fault-based state like Colorado, every driver must purchase and maintain auto insurance coverage that meets state minimum requirements. In Colorado, those minimums are $25,000 or more in bodily injury liability coverage for a single person in an accident, $50,000 or more in bodily injury liability coverage for all victims of an accident, and $15,000 or more in property damage liability
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Important Trucking Statistics in Colorado You Should Know

The trucking industry is vital in the state of Colorado and throughout the United States. Massive tractor-trailers are responsible for transporting billions of tons of cargo throughout the country every day. In Colorado alone, the trucking industry provides more than 110,000 jobs, or about one of every ten jobs in the state. In 2017, the Colorado trucking industry paid more than $5.7 billion in wages to Colorado residents. More than 13,000 trucking companies are operating out of Colorado. Despite the
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