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Lane-splitting laws in Colorado

Posted in Motorcycle Accident on May 17, 2023

Lane-splitting is when a motorcyclist rides between two lanes of cars that are driving in the same direction–this maneuver is illegal in Colorado. While many motorcyclists still take advantage of this practice due to its convenience, lane-splitting can be extremely dangerous. To help you understand the legality of lane-splitting in Colorado, we’ve put together this… read more

Difference between negligence and gross negligence

Posted in Personal Injury on May 3, 2023

To have a successful personal injury suit, an injured person must prove that the liable party acted negligently and that their negligence directly caused the incident that then caused the injury. There are several types of negligence, although the most common are ordinary negligence and gross negligence. We’ll focus on these two today because they… read more

What is proximate cause?

Posted in Personal Injury on April 19, 2023

A person seeking compensation for a personal injury must prove that the wrongdoer was the proximate cause of those injuries. Causation is determined by the chain of events leading up to the injury. Here’s the catch: not all causes of an injury will be the proximate or legal cause.  To hold someone liable for injuring… read more

Magic mushrooms are legal in Colorado

Posted in Personal Injury on March 22, 2023

Here’s what to expect with the state’s new decriminalized psychedelics law November 8, 2022, marked the start of a new era in Colorado when voters passed Proposition 122, a ballot initiative that made Colorado the second state to allow the possession and personal use of psychedelics. While this is good news for advocates of mushroom… read more

How long can a truck driver drive?

Posted in Truck Accident on March 15, 2023

Truck accident victims often suffer severe, life-altering injuries due to the sheer size and weight of commercial trucks. While a range of factors can contribute to these accidents, the length of time a truck driver spends on the road is often an underlying cause. To combat this, both government agencies and private trucking companies have… read more

Can an insurance company force you to total your car?

Posted in Car Accident on February 15, 2023

After an accident, an insurance company may suggest that a car be totaled instead of repaired. If you’ve found yourself in this situation, you may wonder if insurance has the final say. At Zaner Harden Law, we see many individuals facing this problem. We understand how stressful it can be to have your vehicle’s condition… read more

What you need to know about Colorado’s bicycle laws

Posted in Bicycle Accident on February 15, 2023

Colorado has long been a great place for bicyclists to explore the outdoors, but bicycling in our beautiful state also has its dangers. To stay safe (and legal), both bicyclists and motor vehicle drivers should be aware of Colorado’s bicycle laws. Our Denver bicycle accident attorneys have summarized the main points of the law to… read more

Tips for safe driving in the winter

Posted in Car Accident on January 27, 2023

Distracted driving is always dangerous, but in the winter, even the smallest distractions have the potential to be disastrous. Vehicles that are unprepared or unequipped for winter weather also pose a great risk, no matter how skilled the driver may be.  Below are some of the easiest ways to be a better driver during the… read more

What you need to know about taxes on personal injury settlements

Posted in Personal Injury on January 27, 2023

Good news – Most personal injury settlements are non-taxable at both state and federal levels. That makes a huge difference for injured people who racked up medical bills while being unable to work. However, most does not mean all. There are some exceptions to the non-taxable settlement rule, which we’ll explore below.  Injured and wondering… read more

Bike enthusiasts, make sure you follow these Colorado motorcycle laws

Posted in Motorcycle Accident on January 27, 2023

Riding a motorcycle is an otherworldly experience, especially in a state as beautiful as Colorado. If you’re going to get the most out of your ride, you’ll need to be aware of all Colorado motorcycle laws. Many of the same laws that apply to four-wheel vehicles apply to motorcycles, but some pertain specifically to bikes…. read more


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