There are no two better contiguous states in the country. Sure, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, or Oklahoma and Arkansas, may claim to be the best abutting states, but no informed person would accept that claim.
Damages Injured in a Colorado auto accident or in Wyoming? Juries have wide discretion in awarding an amount of money to make up for what happened. “[A] jury’s verdict will not be disturbed if there is any support for it in the record.” Blood v. Qwest Services Corp., 224 P.3d 301, 325 (Colo. App. 2009), aff’d 252 […]
With uninsured (UM) and underinsured (UIM) coverage, it is absence or insufficiency of liability coverage that triggers first-party coverage under whatever policy is available to tort victim. C.R.S. §10-4-609, Since 1983, uninsured motorist (UM) coverage in Colorado has included underinsured coverage. C.R.S. §10-4-609(4). Determining fact of insurance in auto accident claims is no longer enough. […]
Except for medical malpractice, noneconomic loss (such as pain, suffering and emotional distress) cannot exceed sum of $468,010 (claims accruing after January 1, 2008), unless court finds clear and convincing evidence that greater amount is justified. C.R.S. §13-21-102.5(3)(a). However, under no circumstances may noneconomic loss damages exceed $936,030 (Amounts adjusted for inflation annually and certified […]