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How Can I Get Treatment After an Accident Without Insurance?

If you were injured in an accident and are without insurance, you may be feeling lost and wondering who will cover your medical bills. Fortunately, you do have options. Nothing should stop you from getting the medical care you need, and a qualified personal injury lawyer can help you decide the best course of action. If you were not at …

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How the Workers’ Comp Claim Procedure Works in Colorado

Workers’ compensation is a form of insurance coverage for employees. Employers are required to provide this type of coverage so that people who are injured or develop an occupational illness on the job can receive the funds they need for wage losses and medical bills. If you are following a workers’ comp claim against your employer, there are several different …

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What to Expect During Your Car Accident Case

When two people are involved in car accidents, one driver will be generally responsible for the damages suffered. Collecting on these damages can be tricky when it comes to battling in court, however, and you need help to prove negligence and get the compensation you deserve. It’s important to understand how negligence and fault are determined, and how this affects …

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Does My Insurance Company Need to Know About Minor Accidents?

Many people immediately worry about what’s going to happen to their insurance premiums when they’re in an accident. Are they going to get dropped? Are they going to see their rates skyrocket? The anxiety is sometimes enough that they wonder if the accident is minor, whether they should just not report it. The truth is, not reporting an accident can …

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What to Do If You’re Hurt Driving a Commercial Vehicle

Commercial vehicle accidents present all manner of problems, from a legal standpoint, that don’t exist in other forms of motor vehicle accident. When two cars collide, for example, usually it’s one driver or the other at fault. What happens, however, if you’re driving a commercial vehicle like a delivery truck in the course of employment, and you get in an …

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Denied Personal Injury Claims: What to Do

When you’re hurt and you file an insurance claim, it’s because you desperately need the money to pay your bills and make ends meet while you’re unable to work. When the insurance company denies that claim, it can be nothing short of devastating. Your bills continue to stack up and, before you know it, you’ve got collections agents calling. Your …

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How to File an Incident Report After a Work Accident

When you get injured on the job, worker’s compensation is there to protect you. It exists as a form of no-fault insurance to make sure that your medical bills are paid for and that you can make ends meet while you recover, or that you can retrain for a new job if possible, provided you can no longer perform your …