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Can You Collect Damages from an Electric Bike Accident in Colorado?

E-bikes have become very popular across the country. In Colorado, riders can use e-bikes on roads and bike lanes. Specific e-bikes are allowed on multi-use trails and areas open to non-motorized biking. Despite their popularity, e-bikes can be hazardous. Getting into an electric bike accident is always a possibility, especially on Colorado roads. However, you might be entitled to...

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Progressive Bad-Faith Insurance Claims in Colorado

When you pay for a service or product, you expect to get what you pay for. That is especially true when it comes to insurance coverage. You pay monthly premiums, so you have protection when you need it most. But what happens when your insurance company engages in bad faith practices?  Progressive has been routinely recognized as one of...

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Involved in a Pedestrian Accident—Who Is Liable in Colorado?

No one expects to go for a walk and get into an accident. However, it does happen every day across Colorado. While you might assume that the motorist is at fault, that isn’t always the case. Pedestrian accident liability varies in every accident, depending on the circumstances of the accident. If you or someone you love sustained injuries in...

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Who Is at Fault in a T-Bone Accident in Colorado?

T-bone accidents can leave victims with devastating injuries. Understandably, you want to pursue compensation from the at-fault party. However, determining T-bone accident fault is rarely straightforward. Rather than try to pursue a claim independently, get legal assistance. Speak with an experienced Colorado car accident lawyer at Tenge Law Firm who can answer all your questions regarding who is at...

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What Can You Do If You Are Hit by a Government Vehicle in Colorado?

It is not that uncommon to be involved in a collision with a government vehicle. Workers employed by colleges and universities, the city, county, state, or the federal government may drive negligently and cause accidents, the same as any other drivers. But when a government vehicle is involved, the rules are different in a personal injury claim for compensation....

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Most Popular Personal Injury Lawyers in Colorado

The accidental injury creates a domino effect in the accident victim’s life that is often hard to recover from. Besides personal bodily injury, there may be significant damages to the accident victim’s property, along with increased insurance rates and trauma from the incident. No victim should have to go through the process of recovery on their own, especially with...

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Average Settlement for Drunk Driving Accidents in Colorado

If you were recently involved in a drunk driving accident in Colorado and you were injured, it is your right to receive compensation for your injuries. You should not hesitate to reach out to an attorney to talk about the accident and the injuries to get started with your legal claim. Being involved in an accident with a drunk...

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Who Is At Fault in a Ride-Share Car Accident in Colorado?

Whether you are a passenger in a ride-share vehicle, a pedestrian on the ground, or even another driver on the road—Lyft and Uber drivers can pose a major threat to others. When an Uber driver is at fault in an accident, you may not be sure whether you can pursue a claim against the driver, the company, or both. ...

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What Is Vicarious Liability in a Semi-Truck Accident in Colorado?

With more delivery and long-haul transport trucks on the road now, you may wonder what would happen if you got into an accident with one. Would the driver have insurance? Can you only recover from the driver, or is their employer liable too? These are important questions, and understanding vicarious liability law will help to answer them.  In this...

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Do I Need a Lawyer for an Insurance Bad Faith Claim?

Most residents of Boulder, Fort Collins, Denver, and the surrounding areas buy insurance to protect their vehicles, property, health, or business interests. If they promptly pay their premiums, they expect the insurance coverage to make them whole again after the unexpected happens. Insurance is meant to be a safety net. But sometimes, insurance companies delay paying claims or try...

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