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Differences between passenger car and heavy truck

Heavy trucks are not just a larger version of a passenger car. Understanding what can make semis so dangerous can help you avoid serious accidents on the road. Large trucks are involved in as much as one-tenth of highway deaths. There are a few major reasons for this.

Proving fault in car accidents

In most car accident cases, it is important to determine who was at fault for the crash. Establishing fault allows both drivers to analyze the situation and think of the desired outcome from any proceeding negotiations.  Some accidents are straightforward, and negligence of one driver is the reason for the accident. The driver might even admit their mistake and accept the consequences. If the accident did not have an obvious cause, it might become difficult to determine who is at fault. Evidence is required because insurance companies might need to define fault to accept your claim. There are several ways in which insurance companies determine fault.

Understanding death benefits and eligibility

Businesses have to provide death benefits to their employees' family in case an employee passes away. Federal and state laws make sure organizations do not ignore their responsibility towards the former employee's family. It is important for employees to understand their rights in the event they pass away. Families should have prior knowledge regarding their eligibility for death benefits from the organization.

Some of the most common questions about workers' comp in Colorado

As a law firm that devotes a substantial portion of its practice to workers' compensation claims, we hear a lot of questions from our clients about some of the rules and procedures that apply to these types of cases.

The sad truth about drunk driving

If an accident takes place, a police officer can develop reasonable suspicion that a law may have been violated. In such instances, one of the first questions asked by the officer is if the driver was intoxicated. The matter is then further investigated. If all evidence suggests that the driver was in fact under the influence of alcohol, the driver is most likely charged with a DUI offense.

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