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Begining December 1, 2019, Colorado residents can up load their license to create an official electronic idea, using the myColorado mobile app.
A new Colorado law requires insurers that provide automobile liability insurance coverage to provide to a claimant within 30 calendar days after receiving a written request from the claimant, a statement setting forth the following information with regard to each known policy of insurance of the named insured, including excess or umbrella insurance: The name… Read More »
The 2020 Open Enrollment period has begun, and lasts until Jan. 1, 2020. Go to Connectforhealthco.com for your 2020 health insurance options!
We hope everyone has a fun, “scary” and safe night! Here are a few friendly reminders for a safe night: Always cross the street at corners, using traffic signals and crosswalks. Look left, right and left again when crossing and keep looking as you cross. Put electronic devices down and watch for cars! Teach children… Read More »
Colorado has law that addresses the reimbursement of health insurance carriers following a personal injury settlement or verdict at trial. That law limits the ability of a “payer of benefits” … in other words a health insurance company …. to seek reimbursement of benefits in a personal injury claim “only if the injured party has… Read More »
To get your weekend off to a fun (and safe!) start, click here for the latest traffic alerts from Chanel 7!
A contingency fee contract is a type of payment to your attorney that only occurs when you receive some kind of monetary recovery in your case. In other words, you pay the lawyer a fee only if the case settles, or you win at trial. Stated another way, with a contingency fee, payment for your… Read More »
Halloween is right around the corner, and we hope everyone has a fun, “scary” and safe night! Here are a few friendly reminders for a safe night: Always cross the street at corners, using traffic signals and crosswalks. Look left, right and left again when crossing and keep looking as you cross. Put electronic devices… Read More »
Since 1977 when our firm opened as the Silvern Legal Clinic, we have stressed the importance of “dedication” to the needs of our clients. It is one of the basic pillars of our philosophy. This is more then a word to us, it is what we do …. we will go the extra mile, and… Read More »
In most cases, the answer is yes. First, Colorado law spells out when you need to call the police to report an accident. Colorado Revised Statutes Title 42, Article 4, Part 16, in section 42-4-1606 says that in Colorado, a driver who is involved in a traffic accident must report the crash if it resulted… Read More »