“I Was a Passenger in a Car Accident, Now What?”

Everything you need to know as a passenger involved in a car crash in Colorado We’ve written extensively about personal injury law and car accidents at McDivitt Law Firm. But what happens if you were only involved as a passenger, rather than a driver? This area of the law is…

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New Colorado Insurance Law that Improves Your Coverage

McDivitt Law Firm attorneys work hard each day to represent the best interests of our clients and fight against injustice of any kind. Recently, one of our attorneys, Edward Lomena, took a case all the way to the Colorado Court of Appeals. Upon its ruling, his efforts introduced new case…

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Can Pre-Existing Injuries Affect My Auto Accident Claim in Colorado?

At McDivitt Law Firm, we know sustaining injuries in an accident is serious. Focusing on your health should be the first priority. A physician should review your current injuries immediately, especially if you suspect there is aggravation to previous injuries. With a pre-existing condition, the defendant’s attorney could argue that your new…

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5 Secrets Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Know

We’ve all seen the insurance commercials overflowing with compassionate agents, catchy slogans, and talking lizards. Insurance companies spend millions every year in advertising. According to an insurance report, GEICO spent $1.2 billion, Allstate spent at least $900 million, and State Farm spent $800 million on advertising alone in 2013. Yet…

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How Long Do Auto Accident Claims Take?

From the very moment you are injured in a car accident, the clock begins. In Colorado, you may have as little as 180 days to file a claim against the at-fault driver—and insurance companies know this. Even while you are still hospitalized and recovering, they may begin applying pressure to…

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