Ski injury, What is my Case Worth?

What is my case worth? This is a very often-asked question, especially in auto-collision cases. As tempting as it can be to opine as to value during the initial interview, it is virtually impossible to answer that question with any degree of accuracy. We can often express a range of value, if we have enough […]

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What is Colorado Ski Injury Law?

If I am injured while skiing in Colorado, can I recover from the ski area for my injuries? The general answer is “No.” The Ski Safety Act (CRS §33-44-103(3.5)) sets forth a long laundry list of potential dangers that a skier may encounter while skiing and provides that “No skier may make any claim against […]

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What to do After Recreational Activity Injury?

If I am injured while participating in a recreational activity such as riding a snowmobile, riding an ATV, or jumping on a trampoline, can I recover money for my injuries? That depends on several things. It can depend on the type and ownership of the land on which the injury occurs. There are different standards […]

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What is my Auto Injury Worth?

What is my auto injury worth? This is a question that is often asked by my prospective clients. Many injury attorneys try to attract clients by advertising that they can tell you what your case is worth. You should be aware of ANYONE who tells you they can tell you upfront what your case is […]

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Are Trucking Accidents the Same as Auto Accidents?

Are trucking accidents cases the same as auto accident cases? NO! Truck accident cases are different in more ways than can be discussed in a short article. If you are injured in a collision with a truck, it is imperative that you retain an attorney with experience in litigating truck accident cases. Before becoming an […]

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Can I Sue the Government for Government Employee Misconduct?

Can I sue the state, federal, or local government for injuries caused by a government employee? That depends on how the injury occurred. As a general rule, the government is immune from liability and cannot be sued. In certain instances, such as auto accidents and injuries occurring on government property, claims can be pursued. Time […]

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How Much Liability for Uninsured Motorists do I Need?

 Article: https://bestpersonalinjurylawyerboulder.com/specialties/recreational-vehicle-accident-lawyers-snowmobiles-atv/ How much automobile liability, uninsured motorist, and medical payment insurance do I need? Colorado law requires that an auto insurer sell policies with at least $25,000/$50,000 liability coverage; offer Uninsured/Underinsured (UM/UIM) coverage in amounts equal to liability coverage; and include medical payment coverage of at least $5,000, unless specifically rejected at the […]

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In an Auto Accident, Who Pays for the Medical Expenses?

If I am injured in a motor vehicle accident, who pays for my medical expenses? Every driver, every vehicle being operated in Colorado is required to carry at least $5,000 in medical payment (med pay) coverage, unless waived at the time the policy is purchased. Unless you, or the owner of the vehicle in which […]

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Do I Need an Attorney for a Motor Vehicle Accident Injury?

 Do I need an attorney to recover damages for injuries I suffered in a motor vehicle accident? Technically, “No.” Practically, “Yes.” If you are seriously injured, the answer is “Absolutely Yes.” There are so many twists and turns, and “nooks and crannies” to negotiating settlements that I rarely recommend handling one’s own claims. Besides, […]

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Can I sue after being Injured on the Job?

If I am injured on the job, can I still sue to recover damages? Generally speaking, you cannot sue your employer and are limited to recovery of workers compensation benefits, unless you were injured by a third party, such as a negligent driver. If you have been injured by a negligent third party while on […]

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