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Is Colorado a No-Fault or At-Fault State?

If you suffered injuries in a Colorado car accident, you can bring a personal injury lawsuit against the party or parties you believe were responsible for your injuries. However, how you bring your case depends on the state’s insurance laws. Thus, before filing a lawsuit, it is imperative that you understand how Colorado insurance laws operate. At the Tenge...

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How Long Do You Have to Report an Accident in Colorado?

A Colorado auto accident triggers at least two different deadline clocks that begin ticking as soon as the crash occurs. The first clock is the deadline for reporting the accident to the police. The second deadline is the deadline for filing a lawsuit against the responsible party.  Below, the experienced car accident lawyers at Tenge Law Firm go over...

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What Are Pecuniary Damages in Colorado?

When you file a claim for damages in civil court, you can typically seek two types of damages: pecuniary damages and non pecuniary damages. While the two types of damages are very different, they are equally relevant in civil claims. If you are considering filing a claim for damages in Colorado, you should know the characteristics of each. By...

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Who Pays for Medical Expenses in a Car Accident in Colorado?

Car accidents can leave a person facing many frustrations, including injuries, property damage, and financial distress. After an accident, you may wonder, Who pays for medical expenses in a car accident in Colorado? The answer depends on your particular situation, but you may be entitled to financial recovery for your injuries. If you or a loved one have been...

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