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What Is the Difference Between Negligence and Gross Negligence in Colorado?

If you sustained an injury due to another person’s actions and are considering legal action, you may be wondering if there’s a difference between negligence and gross negligence. At the Tenge Law Firm, our experienced Colorado personal injury attorneys can help differentiate between the two and determine the potential value of your claim. Whether your injury occurred as the...

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How Long Does It Take to Settle a Semi-Truck Accident in Colorado?

If you sustained injuries in a Colorado semi-truck accident, you could be entitled to compensation for your economic and non-economic damages. Commercial trucking accidents tend to cause especially serious injuries, leaving victims in need of extensive medical treatment and care. Recovering compensation for your medical bills, lost income, and pain and suffering helps ensure that you have what you...

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Average Settlement for Drunk Driving Accidents in Colorado

Being involved in an accident with a drunk driver can be incredibly traumatic, especially if you receive injuries. While considering legal action, you may start to wonder what the average settlement for a drunk driving accident is. At the Tenge Law Firm, LLC, we know how frustrating it is to be involved in an accident with a drunk driver....

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Who Is at Fault in a Parking Lot Car Accident in Colorado?

Whether you are buying groceries or going back to school, parking lot accidents are always a possibility. With hundreds of cars going in and out of a parking lot every day, a crash is bound to happen when you least expect it. At the Tenge Law Firm, LLC, we are dedicated to helping ensure the wellbeing of our clients...

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Auto Accident Spine Injuries: What You Should Know

If you recently got into a car accident, spine injury is a very real concern. The forces involved in a motor vehicle accident at only moderate speeds are easily enough to damage the various structures that comprise the spine. In fact, car accidents are responsible for nearly 40% of all spinal cord injuries. However, not all back and spine...

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What Is the Average Settlement for Car Accident Neck and Back Injuries in Colorado?

There is no meaningful average settlement amount for a car accident back and neck injury. Yes, somewhere out there is a number representing this average, whether anybody has ever calculated it or not. That number, however, will not give you much of a clue as to how much you are likely to receive in compensation.  To calculate a reasonable...

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What Is the Statute of Limitations for Colorado Personal Injury Claims?

In Colorado individuals generally have two years to file a personal injury claim against the at-fault party. For automobile accidents, Colorado law extends the statute of limitations to three years. For immediate assistance, please contact us online or call (303) 665-2929 for a free consultation. What Is a Statute of Limitations? A statute of limitations is a law that...

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Do You Have an “Actionable” Personal Injury Case in Colorado?

If you have been injured and believe someone else is to blame, you may wonder whether you have a personal injury case. Your civil claim, to be successful, must have several elements. Colorado law makes it possible to seek compensation for accident-related expenses, but if you are partially responsible for what occurred, resolving your case can be more complicated...

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Wrongful Death: Who Can File a Claim in Colorado?

A “wrongful death” is the death of a person that was caused by the wrongful act of another. Wrongful acts include negligence, such as careless driving, or intentionally harmful acts, such as assault and battery. After a person dies in this manner, legal action can be brought against the responsible party in civil court, to compensate the family of...

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How to Get a Colorado Police Report After an Accident

Know When You Need to File a Police Report In Colorado, almost every vehicle collision must be reported to the police. A law enforcement officer will typically come to the scene, gather evidence, call in medical services if necessary, and file an accident report on what happened. You may think a minor accident is no big deal and there is no...

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