Denver Personal Injury blog

Common Examples of Distracted Driving

Posted On September 25, 2022 / By iLawyer / Car Accidents

Coloradans are no strangers to the problems that distracted driving can cause. In fact, distracted driving is still one of the leading causes of auto accidents in the United States. Learning to recognize behaviors that are considered distracted driving may help save you from an accident either one you cause or being a victim of…

Colorado Drunk Driving Accident Statistics

Posted On August 29, 2022 / By iLawyer / Car Accidents

Drunk driving is a serious act of recklessness that greatly increases the risk of catastrophic and fatal car accidents. Every year, thousands of people get injured and lose their lives in collisions involving alcohol. In the fight against drunk driving, awareness and education are crucial. Keeping up with the most recent Colorado drunk driving accident…

What To Do After a Parking Lot Car Accident

Posted On August 21, 2022 / By iLawyer / Car Accidents

 Would it surprise you to learn that roughly 14% of vehicle accidents with property damage occur in commercial parking lots? Unlike personal injury cases, a lawyer can resolve a property damage claim case relatively quickly. Parking lot accidents are so common that many people don’t even bother retaining a lawyer. (We’ll have another blog soon…

Is Leaving the Scene of an Accident a Felony in Colorado?

Posted On August 1, 2022 / By iLawyer / Car Accidents

All motor vehicle drivers in Colorado must perform certain duties in the event of a car accident. This includes checking for injuries, rendering aid and notifying the police of a serious crash. If a driver flees the scene without stopping and fulfilling these responsibilities, it is a crime in Colorado called a hit-and-run. This crime…

Should You Report a Minor Car Accident in Colorado?

Posted On July 5, 2022 / By iLawyer / Car Accidents

If you get into a car accident in Colorado, one of the first things that you should do is report the accident. This is true whether the collision is major or minor. Reporting a crash to the police is in your best interests, even if you feel that you are running the risk of receiving…

Determining Liability in a Multi-Car Crash in Colorado

Posted On July 5, 2022 / By iLawyer / Car Accidents

Proving fault for a car accident can be the most difficult part of an insurance claim in Colorado. Under the state’s tort law, you or your car accident lawyer in Aurora must establish that the other driver (or a third party) is liable for your accident with at least a 51 percent likelihood. In a…