Denver Personal Injury blog

What To Expect In A Free Consultation With a Personal Injury Attorney

Posted On September 16, 2022 / By iLawyer / Personal Injury

Meeting with an attorney can be overwhelming. During your free attorney consultation, it’s not uncommon for you to be answering all sorts of personal questions.  Detailed questions about your injuries and complicated case laws can make for an exhausting meeting! You are the client, will eventually pay the attorney’s fee and ultimately you are in…

What Is Pain and Suffering in Personal Injury Claims?

Posted On May 11, 2022 / By iLawyer / Personal Injury

Pain and Suffering is a phrase that you may have heard in regards to motor vehicle accidents or injury claims. You may know the phrase, but you might not know how it ‘works.’ We wrote this guide to explain briefly how attorneys might apply ‘pain and suffering’ in your personal injury case. What Is Pain and…

What You Need to Know About the Colorado Safety Stop in 2022

Posted On May 3, 2022 / By iLawyer / Bicycle Accidents,Personal Injury

On April 13, 2022, Governor Polis signed the “Safety Stop” bill into law in Colorado. This law now permits bicyclists to treat stop signs like yield signs and red lights like stop signs. These safety stops, also referred to as rolling stops and Idaho stops, have become a source of controversy among Colorado citizens. Here’s…

Car Accidents Caused by Cell Phone Use

Posted On March 1, 2022 / By iLawyer / Personal Injury

It is no secret that using a cell phone while driving is dangerous. While distracted driving of any type can cause a car accident, cell phone use is particularly deadly. Despite knowing the risks, however, thousands of drivers in Colorado use their cell phones while driving each day. This act of negligence takes lives and…

Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations: How Do They Impact You?

Posted On February 25, 2020 / By iLawyer / Medical Malpractice,Personal Injury

The National Practitioner Data Bank reported an average of 12,144 cases of medical malpractice between 2009 and 2018. However, many more cases never went to court because the victims waited too long to file their claim, passing the medical malpractice statute of limitations. The medical malpractice statute of limitations marks the difference between vast amounts…

The Top 5 Lawsuits Backed by Colorado Law — Mostly

Posted On December 26, 2019 / By iLawyer / Personal Injury

The truth is that most people don’t want to enact Colorado law and sue. Though there can be enormous payoffs for some plaintiffs, the reality is that those payouts are compensation — compensation for losses: physical, mental, emotional, and financial. The reality is that your average person wants to remain untangled with the misfortune that…