Monday, August 29, 2016

The Statute of Limitations in Colorado Personal Injury Cases.

by Phil Harding, Esq.

If you are injured in an accident, the law places limitations on how long you can wait to file a claim. These sets of laws are titled: Statutes of Limitations. These statutes require individuals to begin an action against another party within a span of two to three years from the time of the incident; otherwise, the party has forfeited their claim.

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Monday, June 6, 2016

What Is a Letter of Protection?

by Scott Distasio, Esq.

It is no secret that health insurance has become so expensive that many people simply go without it. When someone without health insurance is injured as a result of someone else's negligence, the wrongdoer is legally responsible for the medical expenses. However, the wrongdoer rarely agrees to pay immediately after the injury or when the medical care is needed. Instead, there is often a very large lag time between when the injury occurred and when a personal injury attorney can hold the wrongdoer responsible. During this time the injured person often needs medical care.

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Monday, August 12, 2013

Personal Injury and Workers' Compensation Combination Creates Unique Obligations

by Erica L. Tosh, Esq. 

Personal Injury vs. Workers' Compensation

Often mistaken for one in the same, a personal injury claim is very different from a workers’ compensation claim. Not only are the deadlines and requirements different, but a personal injury claim generally involves some sort of negligence/fault on the part of a third party, whereas a workers’ compensation claim arises when an employee is injured while working, regardless of fault.

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