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  • Grand Junction Office
    114 N Spruce Street
    Suite 100
    Grand Junction, CO 81501
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  • Glenwood Springs Office
    1607 Grand Avenue
    Suite 24
    Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
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  • Montrose Office
    330 South 5th Street,
    Montrose, CO 81401
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  • Aspen Office
    303 Lemond Place
    PO Box 5918
    Snowmass Village, CO 81615
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  • Telluride Office
    100 West Colorado Ave
    #227 Wintercrown Building
    Telluride, CO 81435
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Stay In The Know

  • How Much Time Do I Have to File an Auto Accident Lawsuit?
    In most cases, you have around three years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit. The deadline can be prolonged if you discovered the injury later. If you are planning to sue a government establishment, you may be required to file a claim within a few months after the accident.
  • If the Accident Was Somewhat My Fault, Can I Still Win My Case?
    Yes. However, you may not win the maximum possible settlement amount. Under Colorado's fault principles, your damages will be decreased in proportion to your fault. So, if you were 30% at fault, then your damages would be reduced by that amount in the claims. Keep in mind that the court determines fault.
  • What Is the Required Minimum Auto Insurance In Colorado?
    Legal auto insurance coverage is: $25,000 per injured victim $15,000 minimum in property damage $50,000 per accident, no matter how many victims have been affected Since Colorado is a "fault" state, this means you can file a claim against the defendant driver's insurance carrier. However, if the at-fault driver is uninsured or underinsured, there are steps you can take to get around that.