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Wrongful death: Colorado motorcyclist killed in crash

When a family learns that a loved one has been killed in a car accident, they often want to know what happened. When they find out that the incident involved a drunk driver, they may feel even more devastated knowing that the crash could have been prevented if that person had not chosen to drink and drive. In efforts to seek justice, they may find it useful to consider filing a wrongful death claim.

Can I sue if I was partly at fault in my accident?

Most personal injury cases are based on the legal concept of negligence, and under Colorado law, negligence in car accident cases is relatively straightforward. A driver acts negligently when he or she fails to exercise reasonable care to avoid the risk of injury to others on the road. If their negligence leads to an accident and someone else is injured as a result, the negligent driver can he held liable for the injured person's damages, including medical expenses, lost wages and pain and suffering.

Motorcycle accident claims 2 lives in Colorado, alcohol suspected

The loss of a loved one can have substantial impacts on surviving family members. When more then one loved one is killed in a sudden motorcycle accident, it can be even more difficult to accept the dreadful news. It can also present more hardships on a family who will have to work to cope with multiple losses and the other repercussions of the incident.

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