Colorado Car Accident Law: What Is A Fault-Based System?

It’s been over three years since Colorado changed from a no-fault system to a fault-based system when dealing with car accidents. However, many people still don’t fully understand the concept and how it might affect them. This led us to ask one prominent Colorado attorney’ What is a fault based system?

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Colorado Car Accident Attorneys: Don’t Confuse Reputation With Name Recognition

When you’ve been injured in a car accident in Colorado and are looking for a competent and experienced attorney, it’s important not to confuse reputation with name recognition. Some ways to do that are to look at the firm’s record, their reputation with insurance carriers and most importantly’ its ethics, honesty and tough mindedness when it comes to representing your best interests.

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Colorado Car Accident Law: Answers To FAQs

Colorado car accident law can be confusing. Knowing when an action must be filed, how insurance companies really investigate a claim, how Colorado courts deal with soft tissue injuries and whether or not punitive damages might be available are some of the frequently asked questions (FAQs) we posed to Jim Chalat, a Colorado attorney with over 30 years of experience whose firm focuses its practice in personal injury law. He answers those questions in this article.

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Colorado Auto Accidents and Police Reports

When you’ve been involved in an auto accident, chances are that you’ll be fairly shaken up by the experience. Who wouldn’t be? While legal experts say that it’s important to take photos, talk with witnesses and get license information, sometimes that’s just not possible. In those cases, can you really rely on police reports in Colorado?

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Colorado Car Accident Resources

Car accidents are a fact of life. They happen every day in Colorado. In fact, the U.S. Department of Transportation recently reported that over 2.8 million people suffered injuries as a result of highway vehicle crashes on U.S. highways in 2003 alone.

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