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When a loved one is harmed due to the actions of another person, family members may immediately feel as if justice is deserved. That feeling may present itself even more strongly if a negligent or reckless driver caused an accident that claimed the life of a loved one. Because pursuing justice and compensation is a common desire, exploring wrongful death claims after such an event is wise.

Gaining information on this option may be on the minds of two families in Colorado after a recent fatal crash. According to reports, authorities had approached a suspicious person, but instead of stopping, the person got inside an SUV and drove away. Officers were not able to keep the SUV in their sight, but moments later, the driver of the SUV ran a red light and collided with another vehicle.

The collision resulted in fatal injuries for two people in the other vehicle. The driver was reported as being 26 years old, and the passenger was 30 years old. The SUV driver and two passengers suffered injuries. The incident resulted in the SUV driver facing criminal charges for vehicular homicide, first-degree assault, assault of a peace officer and numerous other counts. Reports indicated that his bond was set at $1 million.

Undoubtedly, the families of the victims killed in this Colorado crash want to see that the situation is handled properly. They may feel somewhat satisfied that the driver of the SUV is facing criminal charges, but they could want to seek justice of their own in the form of civil claims. Information on wrongful death claims may allow them to determine whether taking such action could suit their circumstances.

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