QUESTIONS ABOUT THE FIRM
Over time, we have realized that many of clients have similar questions. So we decided to answer as many of them as we can below. The questions below all have to deal with our firm and our lawyers. Check them out!
QUESTIONS ABOUT CAR CRASHES
As attorneys who specialize in car crashes (we don’t like to use the term “accident”) we get lots of questions surrounding car crashes. Here are some of our answers to the questions we get asked the most.
Your car is damaged, now what? Depending on the situation and the type of insurance you have a few different things may happen. Check out Tim’s response for more information.
Usually, yes! Although there are certain times when Colorado law does not require you to involve the police. Watch our short video for more information!
At its most basic level, it is the insurance that all states require you carry in order to drive a vehicle. It is the insurance that pays for injuries caused to another person when you are at-fault for car crash. Watch this video for more information!
Collision coverage is one part of what is normally referred to as “full coverage.” Collision coverage pays for damage to your vehicle, but not your injuries, when you are in a crash with another vehicle or object. Collision coverage protects you regardless of who is at-fault. Watch this video for more information!
UM or UIM coverage is insurance that kicks in when you are injured in a car crash by someone who either doesn’t have insurance or doesn’t have enough insurance to cover your injures. Watch our video for more information!
Medical payments coverage, known as “Med-Pay,” covers your medical bills after a car crash regardless of who is at at-fault. It is designed to pay for necessary medical treatment fast. Check out our video for more information.
Property damage liability coverage is insurance that covers damage to other vehicles when you are at fault for a car crash. Watch our short video for more information!
Comprehensive coverage is one half of what is often referred to as “full coverage.” Comprehensive coverage is insurance that covers damage to your vehicle from things like theft or a natural disaster. Essentially, it covers anything but damage from a car crash.
The answer is almost always, YES! Not only can going to see a doctor help heal your injuries faster but it prevents the insurance company from arguing that a “gap in care” contributed to your injuries.