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Is There Any Other Basis for a Personal Injury Lawsuit Other Than Negligence in Colorado?

When a party is injured as a result of the actions of another, they have the right to bring a case of civil tort. These civil actions allow the injured to seek financial compensation for the harm incurred. Cases of personal injury may range from those resulting from automobile accidents, defective products, dog attacks, wrongful death, and more. The vast majority of torts are based on unintended negligence. In addition to negligence, cases may be based on intentional torts or
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What Does it Mean to Settle a Personal Injury Claim Case in Colorado?

Personal injury suits can result in outcomes including settlement, trial, dismissal, and appeal. The ALM Legal Dictionary defines the process of settling a lawsuit as resolving the matter without a court judgment through negotiation among the parties. This is achieved through discussions involving the attorneys, insurance company adjusters, and encouragement from the court. The majority of injury cases are resolved before trial in some form of settlement. A settlement is essentially a compromise where both sides make some concessions. A lawsuit is
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