Drivers in Colorado are required to maintain minimum limits of insurance. If they don't have insurance or don't have enough insurance, you may be able to recover losses from your own insurance company under your own uninsured or underinsured benefits, even if you were not driving your car.
Colorado provides specific remedies when a homeowners insurance company denies or delays benefits.
Car Accidents Involving Distracted Driving May Result in Punitive Damages
In cases involving rear-end auto accidents, Colorado imposes a presumption of negligence against the driver who struck another vehicle from the rear.
Workers' compensation claims arising out of car accidents in Colorado involve unique complexities. While a workers' compensation carrier is obligated to pay for all reasonable and necessary accident-related medical bills, a little-known fact involving car crashes is that, by statute, the workers...
Colorado will become one of a handful of states that recognizes work-related PTSD for its first responders and will provide coverage for treatment for those so diagnosed