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Author Archives: Tom Bulger

Can my car insurance be cancelled for filing a UM claim?

In most cases?  NO. Insurers are prohibited from raising a policyholder’s rates or canceling coverage in response to a claim for UM/UIM benefits, or from canceling your policy. If an insurer fails to abide by these rules and unfairly denies a claim, unreasonably delays making a decision, or increases premiums after paying out a UM/UIM… Read More »

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COVID “long haulers” and SSDI, SSI and Disability

An informative article https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2021/02/22/966291447/when-does-covid-19-become-a-disability-long-haulers-push-for-answers-and-benefit

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Legal Blogs

Many lawyers feel it is there duty to help inform the public about the law, and to help keep people advised about the law (our firm included!). It is important to keep in mind that the law changes rapidly, and sometimes old blog posts become out of date.  More often, new cases come out that… Read More »

Punitive and Other Damage Caps in Colorado

Many people do not know that the amount of damages they can recover are “capped” by law.  The caps that apply are very case specific, and depend on the type of injury you suffered. One of the most misunderstood areas is punitive damages.  In addition to the other damage caps, Colorado also puts a cap on… Read More »

Have you considered Med-pay coverage for your car?

Several of our posts have addressed different types of insurance coverage that you may want to consider purchasing for your own protection.  Medical payment coverage (also called “med-pay”) may be an important coverage to consider.  This type of coverage, that you buy from your own auto insurance carrier, provides coverage for all reasonable medical expenses that… Read More »

Damage Limits in Colorado Personal Injury Cases

Many people do not know that the amount of damages they can recover are “capped” by law.  The caps that apply are very case specific, and depend on the type of injury you suffered. In 2020, the Colorado legislature increased statutory damage limitations under 3 important statutes;   C.R.S. §§ 44-3-801 (Dram Shop Act), 13-21-102.5 (noneconomic… Read More »

ADR and Colorado

One of the most sweeping trends over the past several years in Colorado personal injury litigation is the increase in mandatory Alternative Dispute Resolution Orders (ADR).  Many Courts in Colorado, as a matter of routine, require civil cases to go through ADR before trial.  That means if you have lawsuit because of a car accident,… Read More »