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When Can Accident Victims Seek Compensation Outside of Med Pay?

In Colorado, all drivers have Med Pay insurance unless they specifically opted out of purchasing this coverage when they signed up for their policy. While Med Pay provides no-fault coverage (meaning that insurers are supposed to pay regardless of who or what caused the accident), the policy limits are typically quite low (the standard limit is $5,000, which isn’t much for accident-related medical expenses), and Med Pay only covers medical expenses. As a result, many accident victims will find themselves needing to seek coverage outside of Med Pay, and they will need to hire a Denver injury attorney to represent them.

September 30th, 2019 | Posted by paperstreet, on Personal Injury

What Types of Injuries are Covered by Auto Insurance?

If you have been seriously injured in an auto accident, securing payment from the insurance companies could be crucial to covering your medical expenses and other losses. With today’s high cost of medical care, most people cannot afford to pay these expenses on their own. Even if you have health insurance, relying on your coverage would most likely mean paying a substantial copay or deductible, and your health insurer may be within its rights to deny coverage for accident-related injuries. In short, you need to file an auto insurance claim, and it will be important for you to work with an experienced Denver personal injury lawyer to make sure you receive the full compensation you deserve.

September 25th, 2019 | Posted by paperstreet, on Personal Injury

What if I Didn’t Get the Other Driver’s Insurance Information After a Car Accident in Denver?

Maybe the other driver fled the scene of the accident, maybe you forgot amidst all of the chaos or maybe you misplaced your piece of paper – whatever the reason, you just got home, and you don’t have the other driver’s insurance information. Can you still file an insurance claim? If so, what must you do in order to do so? In this article, our Denver auto accident lawyers explain everything you need to know:

September 23rd, 2019 | Posted by paperstreet, on Accident Attorney

What are the “Fatal Four” Causes of Construction Site Accidents?

Working in construction is dangerous. In fact, it is so dangerous that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) tracks the 10 most-common causes of construction-related injuries and deaths each year. Among these common causes, four stand out as being especially prevalent, and OSHA has dubbed them the “Fatal Four.” Unfortunately, our Denver accident lawyers know these safety hazards all too well, as we regularly represent injured construction workers and their families.

September 18th, 2019 | Posted by paperstreet, on Accident Attorney

Understanding the Long-Term Risks of Concussions from Vehicle Collisions

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than two million people seek medical attention for concussions in the United States each year. While concussions can result from all types of accidents, a significant percentage result from vehicle collisions.

September 16th, 2019 | Posted by paperstreet, on Personal Injury

Most Construction-Related Accidents Don’t Happen at the Construction Site

While construction sites present numerous safety risks for workers in all trades, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), construction sites aren’t actually the most-dangerous places for construction workers. Based on OSHA’s statistics, highway collisions account for more construction worker deaths than even the most-common causes of construction site accidents and fatalities. As Denver accident lawyers, we can attest that we frequently hear from construction workers and family members who need help recovering just compensation for on-the-job vehicle collisions.

September 11th, 2019 | Posted by paperstreet, on Accident Attorney

Can I Recover My Lost Wages After a Car Accident in Denver?

Being unable to work as a result of injuries sustained in a car accident can magnify the costs the collision. Not only do you have more money going out to cover your unexpected medical bills, but you also have less money coming in (if any at all). For many accident victims, this financial stress can be overwhelming – as they sit at home waiting to recover from the consequences of someone else’s mistake. Fortunately, a Denver accident attorney may be able to help you recover these losses and more.

September 9th, 2019 | Posted by paperstreet, on Accident Attorney

Can Accident Victims Access Distracted Drivers’ Phone Records After Crashes in Colorado?

Distracted driving is widely recognized as one of the most-common causes (if not the most-common cause) of auto accidents in the United States. While autonomous vehicles may one day allow drivers to safely talk, text and scroll their social media feeds behind the wheel, in today’s world it remains extremely dangerous (and negligent) for drivers to use their phones while driving. This is something that our Denver auto accident lawyers know all too well.

September 3rd, 2019 | Posted by paperstreet, on Accident Attorney

Dockless Scooters are Here to Stay

Originally set to wrap up on July 31, 2019, Denver’s Dockless Mobility Pilot Program was extended into August, with an ongoing permit problem likely to start in early September. The program has been wildly popular, with a million miles logged in the first six months, but safety concerns have been raised, prompting the City Council to pass new rules for scooters, primarily to get them off the sidewalks.

August 30th, 2019 | Posted by paperstreet, on Accident Attorney

Is There a Cap on Damages for Personal Injury in Colorado?

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident you may be entitled to compensation for the harm you have suffered. There are several categories of damages you may be able to recover, even if you were partially at fault in the accident, including economic damages (such as medical expenses and lost income), noneconomic damages (for your “pain and suffering”) and, in rare cases involving egregious conduct, punitive damages

August 23rd, 2019 | Posted by paperstreet, on Personal Injury

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