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June 24, 2024
What Do I Do If a Government Vehicle Hits Me in Colorado?

Colorado reports over 61,000 government owned vehicles on the road. This includes vehicles such as police cruisers, buses, and heavy-duty maintenance vehicles. These types of vehicles create unique dangers for individuals who are hit by them due to their size and lack of maneuverability. The sheer amount of driving also creates a dynamic where these […]

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June 21, 2024
The Importance of Protecting Yourself With UIM and MedPay Coverage and What to Do if Your Insurance Company Tells You That You Aren’t Protected by Either

When driving in Colorado, it's crucial to safeguard yourself against potential risks by ensuring you have adequate underinsured/uninsured motorist (UIM) and medical payment (MedPay) coverages. In Colorado, we live in what is known as an at-fault state. In an at-fault state, the driver who is liable (at fault) for causing an accident is responsible for […]

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May 30, 2024
What Are the Most Common Causes of Truck Accidents in Denver?

Truck accidents are a significant concern in Denver due to the potential for severe injuries and property damage. Understanding the common causes of these accidents can help drivers take precautions to avoid them. Here are the most frequent causes of truck accidents in Denver. Driver Fatigue One of the leading causes of truck accidents is […]

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May 13, 2024
Hit and Run Auto Accidents

What should you do when injured in a hit-and-run auto accident?

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April 26, 2024
Prom Night – High School Graduation – And Drinking – What Moms, Dads and Teens Really Need to Know

  Part 2 - Prom Night – High School Graduation – And Marijuana – What Moms, Dads and Teens Really Need to Know Celebrations for prom, graduation, and homecoming mean more parties and gatherings among teens who are celebrating. It is important to be vigilant about your child and their friends and to communicate to […]

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April 26, 2024
If Your Teenage Driver Was in a Car Accident, What Can You Do to Look Out for Their Interests?

Bell & Pollock Blog 04/26/2024 It is every parent’s nightmare to get a phone call from their teenager saying they have been involved in a car accident. Here is how you can support your teen through the aftermath.  1. Stay calm. Easier said than done, we know, but the calmer you are, the easier it […]

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April 17, 2024
The Importance of UM/UIM and MedPay Coverage

Bell & Pollock Blog 03/29/2024 Imagine you’ve been in a collision with another car, where you are completely stopped at a light and you are struck from behind. You have been severely injured due to the force of the collision. It is clear that the other driver is at fault. You already have the anxiety […]

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April 11, 2024
Buckle Up for Safety, Everybody Buckle Up! Colorado Seatbelt Law

Bell & Pollock Blog Dana N. Miller, Esq. for 03/29/2024 You’ve likely heard of, or seen on overhead highway digital signs, “Click It or Ticket” and other similar campaigns encouraging drivers and passengers to wear seatbelts on Colorado roads.  But you may have wondered what does the law actually require in regard to seatbelts.  How […]

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April 4, 2024
Understanding the Difference Between Negligence and Gross Negligence

You may frequently see terms regarding negligence in legal discussions. “Ordinary negligence” and “gross negligence” are different, but many people don’t understand how. Ordinary negligence is a failure to exercise the level of caution necessary in a particular situation. This level of caution is what any average person in a similar situation would use. Being […]

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March 26, 2024
I’ve Been Hit by Another Skier and I am Injured!

Ski Safety I – Crashes Between Skiers Imagine you are at any number of Colorado’s world-class ski resorts, enjoying a beautiful day of skiing with your friends or loved ones. You are skiing within your means, and safely navigating the ski trail, when all of a sudden you find yourself laying on the ground, staring […]

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March 20, 2024
I’ve Been Injured at a Ski Resort, and It Wasn’t Another Skier!

Ski Safety II – Ski Resort Liability In the last article, we looked at a situation where one skier hits another while at a resort in Colorado. This article looks at the other side of ski law, where the injured party is seeking compensation from the ski resort. Injuries can happen anywhere on a ski […]

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March 11, 2024
If Your Teenage Driver Was in a Car Accident, What Can You Do to Look Out for Their Interests?

It is every parent’s nightmare to get a phone call from their teenager saying they have been involved in a car accident. Here is how you can support your teen through the aftermath.  Encourage your teen to wait as long as they can for the police to arrive on the scene, but not to delay […]

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March 7, 2024
March Madness: Tips for Snow and Ice Driving

MARCH MADNESS: TIPS FOR SNOW AND ICE DRIVING Some time ago, we blogged about Surviving a Blizzard and provided tips to help winter drivers be prepared, but now that the madness of March weather in Colorado is upon us, we’re here to provide a few other reminders to help you avoid ending up in a snowbank or […]

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February 26, 2024
Resident Relative Coverage

What is Resident Relative Insurance Coverage? Resident Relative insurance coverage potentially allows an injury claimant to use an auto insurance policy of another person, even if the injury claimant is not named on the insurance policy of the other person. With Resident Relative coverage an injury claimant could potentially use the insurance policy of a blood […]

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February 26, 2024
Does an Expired Driver’s License or an Expired Car Registration Affect Your Settlement for a Car Accident?

What if one of the parties involved in a car accident has expired driving credentials? Maybe their registration is out of date or their driver’s license has expired. Maybe they have expired dealership tags. Do these circumstances affect your ability to recover in the event of a car accident? If you are the victim in […]

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