Monthly Archives: October 2022

What Happens If You Hit a Pedestrian Jaywalking in Colorado?

Pedestrians are typically able to navigate busy areas safely and reach their destinations without issue. Unfortunately, some are struck by negligent motorists and suffer extreme injuries. It is also possible for a pedestrian to cause an accident by jaywalking. This term defines crossing a street illegally on foot. For example, if a person crosses the street outside of the crosswalk or if they cross at the crosswalk before the indicator shows it is safe to do so, both of these
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Is Colorado a No-Fault State for Car Accidents?

Every state in the country has different rules for resolving car accidents, typically taking either a “fault” or “no-fault” stance when it comes to assigning responsibility for damages. In a no-fault state, drivers must claim against their own auto insurance policies to recover from accidents regardless of fault. In a fault state, the at-fault driver is liable for all damages they caused to others. Colorado upholds the fault rule, so every driver in the state must have appropriate liability coverage
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Car Accident Without Insurance Not at Fault Colorado (2022)

Colorado law requires all drivers to have vehicle insurance that includes specific types of coverage. When a car accident happens, the at-fault driver is liable for any damages they cause to others. However, many drivers throughout the United States do not have vehicle insurance, or they do not have policies that provide the minimum amount of coverage required. If you were recently injured in a car accident that another driver caused, and you and/or the other driver do not have
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Colorado Dog Bite Laws – What You Need To Know

Dog ownership is extremely popular and a way of life for many people. However, if your dog bites another person, you may be liable for thousands of dollars in damages. If you own a dog, are considering getting one or have been injured by a dog bite, here’s what you need to know about Colorado’s dog bite law(s). Colorado Dog Bite Law While the majority of states either use a “strict liability” or “negligence” rule in dog bite cases, Colorado
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