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Category Archives: Premises Liability

Exploring Statutes of Limitations in Colorado

By Daniel E DAngelo Esq on November 20, 2015

It’s a term you’ve heard before, but it is understandable if you aren’t exactly sure what a statute of limitations is. Today we’re going to look at these statutes and how they can apply to various types of personal injury […] …read more

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Why Accident Victims May Want to Remain Silent

By Daniel E DAngelo Esq on December 31, 2013

Most know about the constitutional right to remain silent when accused of a crime. Although a claim for bodily injuries and other damages as a result of car accident is a civil tort and not a crime, and the insurance […] …read more

Colorado is One Step Closer to Increasing Damages Caps Under the Colorado Governmental Immunity Act

By Daniel E DAngelo Esq on February 28, 2013

On February 27, 2013, Senate Bill 13-203 Concerning an increase in the limitation on the amount of damages that may be recovered by an injured party under the “Colorado Governmental Immunity Act” (CGIA) was referred to the Committee of the […] …read more