Category: Personal Injury Blog

Articles and blog posts related to personal injury cases. View this page to find answers to questions around personal injury law.

November 27, 2019
How Personal Injury Settlements are Taxed

A common question raised by individuals pursuing financial restitution through a personal injury lawsuit is whether any money recovered through the civil action is subject to state and/or federal taxation. The answer is…it depends. There are a multitude of factors that will help you understand how personal injury settlements are taxed. The type of monetary […]

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October 29, 2019
Types of Compensation You Can Receive After a Motor Vehicle Accident

If someone else is at fault for your crash, you are usually entitled to compensation for your damages (monetary losses). However, understanding this process and the types of compensation available can be difficult. When discussing compensation for a motor vehicle accident, there are two basic types – economic damages and non-economic damages.

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October 5, 2019
6 Crucial Questions to Ask a Personal Injury Attorney About Your Case

Before hiring a personal injury attorney, it is important that you ask them as many questions about your case as possible. Below are six crucial questions you should ask your personal injury attorney. After all, you want to have a trusted relationship with your lawyer that helps you feel confident in your case.

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April 6, 2018
PORTER ADVENTIST HOSPITAL NOTIFIES SURGERY PATIENTS MAY BE AT RISK OF CONTRACTING HIV, HEPATITIS B AND HEPATITIS C

On February 21, 2018 the Colorado Public Health Department was notified of an “infection control breach” at Porter Adventist for people who had orthopedic or spine surgery over an 18-month period between July 21, 2016 and February 20, 2018. Porter Adventist Hospital advised patients could be at risk for Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C or HIV […]

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March 12, 2018
PERSONAL INJURY 101: WHAT DAMAGES CAN INJURED VICTIMS RECOVER?

Personal injury claims are civil legal actions brought by victims who have suffered injuries as a result of negligent or wrongful acts. Because unforeseen injuries can create a number of setbacks and challenges for victims and their loved ones, our civil justice system recognizes their need for holding at-fault parties accountable for negligence, and financially […]

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