Personal Injury

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Methotrexate is a high potency prescription drug that interferes with an individual’s growth of cells. For this reason, it is commonly prescribed to treat certain types of cancer. However, Methotrexate has non-cancer uses and can be prescribed to treat rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis. When it is prescribed for these medical conditions, it is often prescribed as a weekly dose instead ...

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A traumatic brain injury is a complicated brain injury that is typically caused by a violent force of an external object to the head. They are commonly seen in automobile cases when the victim’s head strikes something in the car upon impact, such as the steering wheel, wind shield, side window, or headrest. If violent trauma causes the traumatic brain ...

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case worth

You may have heard the phrase “no fee unless we win” on personal injury commercials. But what does it actually mean? The “no fee unless we win” arrangement is referred to as a contingency fee. The “contingent” portion of the fee means that the attorney gets a portion of what the client’s overall settlement is. So, for example, if a ...

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Liability

“What’s my case worth?” This is a question that our personal injury attorneys hear almost daily. The answer is that your case value depends on a lot of different factors. The main factors are: Liability – Who is at fault in your case? If you were involved in a car accident and you were not ticketed, but the other driver ...

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In Colorado, individuals who are pursuing personal injury claims relating to an auto accident have three years to file a formal lawsuit against the individual at fault for the accident for compensation of their medical expenses, lost wages, physical impairment, and pain and suffering. During these three years, the majority of cases settle directly with the at-fault driver’s insurance company. ...

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If you were recently in an auto accident and have not yet had the chance to obtain a personal injury attorney, the insurance company might offer you a settlement in order to close your claim before you have had a chance to fully evaluate your injuries and your options. If you accept the settlement, you may be accepting an amount ...

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