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Why GEICO Might Owe You

Posted by: Chad Hemmat | Wednesday, April 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

geico may owe you money The Verdict: On April 13, 2017, a Colorado Federal Jury rendered a verdict finding that GEICO failed to prove that it complied with mandatory insurance laws requiring it to provide customers with a reasonable opportunity to purchase higher levels of Uninsured and Underinsured motorist coverage when purchasing insurance online at www.geico.com. We were the trial lawyers for the prevailing party. What we won for our client requires GEICO to pay the additional insurance benefits for coverages that GEICO failed to offer our client. Continue Reading...

Hickenlooper Expected to Sign Strict New Distracted Driving Law

Posted by: Chad Hemmat | Wednesday, April 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

new distracted driving law It used to be that driving while distracted by your phone, whether it be checking on your messages or texting, could result in a ticket. Yet it would only cost you $50 and a point on your license. The new law ups that penalty significantly.

SB 27 would increase the number of points up to four points per ticket as well as $300 in fines. It received bipartisan support in spite of some Republican concerns as well. Continue Reading...

Colorado Police Out for National Distracted Driving Awareness

Posted by: Chad Hemmat | Monday, April 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

distracted driving month If you just got your taxes filed, congratulations! You're down one headache. If you're someone who still texts in the car, though, get ready for more. You're likely to see flashing reds-and-blues as the Colorado State Patrol and other local law enforcement agencies increase shifts to combat those using devices while driving.

The initiative began with the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and a recent survey by the agency shows that many drivers just don't get it. Before the older folks chime in, know that crashes caused by those OVER the age of 30 constituted more than half of all crashes involving distracted driving. For many youngsters, in fact, the issue is not smartphones but instead learning how to drive with passengers in the vehicle. Continue Reading...

Highlands Ranch Car Crashes Worry Local Law Enforcement

Posted by: Chad Hemmat | Friday, April 07, 2017 | 0 Comments

car crashes Denverites aren't the only ones who seem to have a problem with driving safety. Sheriff's deputies in Highland Ranch are increasing their enforcement efforts. The suburb has seen a four percent increase in 2016 crashes versus the year prior. One cited by a local newspaper involved a rear-end collision leading to injuries when a woman was stopped at a red light. The other driver was reportedly unaware of the traffic signal. Continue Reading...

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