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A Personal Injury Attorney Could Save You From a Ton of Stress. Here’s How.

Posted in Blog on February 19, 2018

Like millions of others, if you’ve sustained an injury in a car accident in your life, you know that life doesn’t stop to let you recover stress-free. Paperwork, requests from doctors, law enforcement, and insurance companies pile up–  and so do the costs.  No one seems to have all the answers, especially not you; it’s… read more

Woman, 59, Struck and Killed by Vehicle While Crossing Louisville Street

Posted in Accident News on February 9, 2018

Woman Killed in Louisville Pedestrian Crash at 95th Street and Hecla Drive Louisville, Colorado (February 9, 2018) – A 59-year-old woman died Monday morning when she was hit by a vehicle while crossing a street in Louisville, authorities said. The fatal pedestrian accident occurred around 6:50 a.m. at the intersection of 95th Street and Hecla… read more

Main Causes of Trucking Accidents: Why Do They Happen and What You Can Do to Avoid Them

Posted in Blog on January 29, 2018

Let’s face it– we’ve all had a moment where we raced past a semi truck to avoid its presence. Driving alongside a truck on the freeway can be intimidating; it’s enormous, it can move fast, and it seems like it takes up a significant portion of the road. Due to their massive size and weight,… read more

5 Common Colorado Accidents and How To Avoid Them

Posted in Blog on September 22, 2017

With over 70 million visitors each year, the number of Colorado accidents continues to climb. Some are more common (and avoidable) than others, so bringing awareness to the state’s hazards and risk factors helps prevent unnecessary accident injury. It’s our goal to inform tourists and residents alike of the types of day-to-day occurrences that lead… read more

7 Things Every Colorado Tourist Should Know This Summer

Posted in Blog on July 21, 2017

The mid-year months draw thousands of tourists to Colorado every year, and it’s not hard to explain why. The weather is pleasant, mountains are covered in vibrant-colored flowers (and perfect for hikers of all skill levels), and can’t-miss festivals happen nearly every weekend across the state. There are a variety of activities for every traveler,… read more

Jury Rules Toyota Responsible for Fatal Car Crash

Posted in Blog on June 7, 2017

A federal jury awarded $11.44 million to the families involved in a devastating car accident in 2006, which claimed the lives of three people. Jurors decided that Toyota was 60-percent responsible for the accident due to a design defect in the driver’s 1996 Toyota Camry, which may have caused the car to accelerate before the… read more

What You Need to Know About Settlements

Posted in Blog on August 18, 2016

A settlement or jury award will never fully make up for the time spent, injuries sustained, and inconveniences incurred because of your specific incident. However, money is the only thing our system has available to help compensate you for your damages and losses. While we would never say that the money makes it worth going… read more

Six Potential Phases of an Injury Case

Posted in Blog on August 18, 2016

There are four main phases of a personal injury case. Five phases if litigation is necessary and six phases if we go to trial. We’ll discuss them in more detail below: 1. Start-Up Phase This is when your attorneys send out the necessary representation letters to all necessary parties: including the at-fault driver’s car insurance,… read more

Determining Whether You Have a Case

Posted in Blog on August 18, 2016

You should always meet with an attorney to discuss your unique situation and whether or not you have a case. Generally speaking, if you have been involved in a motor vehicle crash that was not your fault and were injured, you have a case. Our requirements at Zaner Harden Law mirror the requirements under the… read more

The Four Requirements for a Personal Injury Claim

Posted in Blog on August 18, 2016

In Any Personal Injury Claim, Four “Elements” or Requirements Under the Law Must Be Satisfied 1. The person who caused the injuries must have a duty to the victim of the injuries. 2. The at-fault party must have breached his or her duty when causing the injuries. 3. Injuries or damages must have resulted from… read more